Alabama white BBQ sauce is a delicious twist on a traditional barbecue sauce recipe. This creamy BBQ sauce is tangy and slightly sweet; the perfect condiment for summer grilling!
Happy Monday! Today I’m sharing a recipe for a white barbecue sauce. Say WHAT? Yeah I know, I hadn’t heard about it either, until just a few weeks ago. Someone posted an Instagram photo with a picture of their sandwich slathered in some kind of creamy sauce that they called Alabama White BBQ Sauce. One look and I had to try it. One taste and I had to share it with you.
When I first set out to give this Alabama White BBQ Sauce a try, I had to do some research. I came across this article, from Southern Living, that talks about the origins of the sauce. Apparently, it was created by a man named Bob Gibson way back in 1925 and has since become a staple in North Alabama.
I did a little more research around the interwebs and found that white BBQ sauce is mayo based, and usually has vinegar, salt, pepper and a few other spices. After checking out several different recipes, I decided to take the basics, then add some different seasonings that I like to the mix to see what would happen.
I know when you think barbecue sauce you think red sauce. But guys, this stuff is good. Quite addicting actually. It’s creamy, tangy, and slightly sweet. I can see myself using it on so many different things. I used it on killer chicken sandwiches and even as a dip for french fries and potato chips. I’ve also got a couple of other ideas in mind for backyard summer BBQ sides using this delectable stuff.
Or at least in your fridge every once in a while so you can put it on all the things.
Combine all ingredients together in a bowl. Mix well. Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. Store leftovers in refrigerator and use within a few days.