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Maple Bourbon Peach Rib Sauce Recipe

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I love coming up with ideas for my own rib sauce recipe, because it is fun and it adds a unique flavor to the ribs that I simply cannot get from store bought sauces.

The maple bourbon peach rib sauce recipe in a cast iron melting pot.

This Maple Bourbon Peach Rib Sauce Recipe was created for pork ribs that I planned to cook Sous Vide style.

Make The Rib Sauce Recipe In A Cast Iron Melting Pot

I made this rib sauce recipe in a cast iron melting pot because I wanted that unique taste that only a cast iron pot gives.

Plus the 15 ounce pan was plenty large enough for the amount of rib sauce I made.

I used homemade ketchup as the base.

If you do not have homemade ketchup, feel free to use whatever brand you have on hand.

The Rib Sauce Recipe Was A Flavor Explosion

This rib sauce recipe tasted sweet, smokey and spicy all at the same time.

The explosion of flavor and the combination of the tastes was incredible.

The Maple Bourbon Peach Rib Sauce Recipe turned out great!

So great in fact that I wanted to share the recipe with you.

I will make it again and I am sure once you try it you will add it to your favorite recipes.

Here is the recipe.


Maple Bourbon Peach Rib Sauce Recipe

The maple bourbon peach rib sauce recipe in a cast iron melting pot.
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  • Author: Sheri Ann Richerson
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Category: Condiments
  • Method: Stovetop




  1. Combine all the ingredients in a cast iron melting pot.
  2. Place the cast iron pot over medium heat.
  3. Stir continually until the rib sauce is hot and bubbly.
  4. Remove the rib sauce from the heat source and use it immediately as a baste for the ribs.


Note: This recipe makes enough to coat a rack of ribs several times as long as you don’t go overboard on the sauce.

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I love the flavor the Mange Peach Vinegar added to this rib sauce recipe.

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Make This Rib Sauce Recipe Outdoors

As an alternative to making this recipe on stovetop is to cook it over an open fire or even on a BBQ grill – just keep in mind that will change the taste of this BBQ sauce ever so slightly especially if you use wood chips to add a smokey flavor to the food you are cooking.

I suggest if you choose to cook the sauce in this manner that you use regular sea salt instead of smoked sea salt just to make sure the smokey flavor isn’t overpowering.

This is a great option for people who camp or spend a lot of time outdoors, and given the Mange Fruit Vinegars are shelf stable, it is easy to take them with you when you go camping.

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