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Apricot BBQ Sauce

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Apricot BBQ Sauce
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Satisfy your grumbling stomach with our most popular BBQ sauce. This lip-smacking creation begins with sweet apricot puree and a tangy tomato base, thickened with dark molasses and brown sugar, and finishes with a hint of pepper. Sauce it on thick and savor.

        • Awesome on pork tenderloin, ribs, chicken and turkey
        • Made in the USA
        • Contains Gluten

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WOOD-FIRED FLAVORS

Whether you use our signature Q sauces as a mop, sop, dip, or marinade, sauce it like you mean it. Serve it on the side with confidence that they will always enhance the flavor of your barbecue creations and never overpower them.

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  • Taste

    Our Apricot BBQ sauce is legendary. It’s definitely the perfect combination of sweet and heat that favors any meat you spread it on.

  • Pairing

    Flavor white meats to perfection. Try it on chicken, pork, turkey, Whether it’s mopped, sopped, or scored this will toot your Traeger train horn.

  • Application

    Sauce over meats before cooking, mop more on while it’s being wood-fired, and dip each flavorful bite for a delicious zest.

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Palmdale
  • California
Love it!
I love this sauce! They should sell it by the gallon! I use this Apricot sauce for basting, and as a dipping sauce. I love it on ham, and on other beef/pork roasts. The flavor is not to sweet, yet not too spicy. The appearance/color is just right. Not to bold, and yet, not too wimpy as sauces go. As for the aroma, putting it on the last 20 to 30 minutes gives it just the right scent to enhance the flavor of whatever I am cooking. Traeger should be selling this in bigger bottles.
 
 
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Las Vegas
  • Nevada
Apricot BBQ sauce
Did the Corned Beef in the recipe book that came with the Traeger. Turned out great.nI was a little hesitant from the name (apricot) but you don't taste it. I to would like to buy more how about a price break for quantity?n
 
 
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Saint Charles
  • Missouri
Apricot
I used this on my five slabs of ribs this weekend and had rave reviews. It heats up and has a nice glaze finish. Everyone, including myself, loved the sauce.
Can I buy in bulk? $8 for 13 oz is a tad steep.
 
 
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