Agave BBQ Chicken

Agave Barbecue Sauce

Sauce made with olive oil, onions, fresh garlic, tomato sauce, agave syrup, apple cider vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and salt & pepper.

I have to say this was my first time making my very own sauce.  The reason I probably had so much fun making it is because it was so interesting to me that I wasn’t using an actual BOTTLE of sauce from the store for the first time ever.

Agave Barbecue Chicken with Sauce

Skinless, boneless chicken breasts covered in sauce.

I used a recipe from the Dr. Oz show but I only made the chicken part of it—not the ribs.  It was one of the simplest things I could have made.

Recipe for—Agave BBQ Chicken & Ribs

So, if you have nothing else to do today, try making your own sauces from scratch.  Give it a whirl.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  Some homemade sauces actually taste much better than store-bought.

19 thoughts on “Agave BBQ Chicken

  1. hmmm i like this one, very creative and also love agave

  2. Reblogged this on Glenda the Good Foodie and commented:
    Get in on a few more BBQ picnics with this BBQ sauce. Agave BBQ Sauce

  3. The color of the sauce is so sexy! 😀

    • You know it is, Hari!!! 😉 That’s how I roll.

  4. Anonymous

    sounds great looks delightful

  5. Did you like it? Looked a little watery.

    • Yes, it actually was good. There was some reserve sauce leftover to add more on top of the chicken when serving, too.

      • That’s great! I love gravies and sauces 😀

  6. Liz

    yay, DIY bbq sauce! I’m all about doing it yourself so you don’t have to buy. Using agave is intriguing. Great idea 🙂

    • I love agave. It sweetens everything up just right.

      • Liz

        have only used it in cocktails to replace simple syrup. Cooking with it not a bad idea 🙂

  7. I hate boring food, and I’m always looking for sauces that have a real bit to them. This sauce looks great.

    • Thanks. I did like it.

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