Bob’s BBQ has a long history of catering to its customers with a variety of sauces.
Whether it’s homemade tomato sauce, soy sauce, or a simple vinegar base, Bob’s is known for its amazing sauces and delicious food.
However, one of the things you might not know about Bob’s sauce is that it’s made entirely from chickpeas.
The sauce is typically made with chickpea flour, and the process is extremely simple.
In fact, Bobs is so good that its owner, a self-proclaimed foodie, decided to make it his specialty.
His goal was to create a recipe that would taste just like the original, but with more flavor.
If you have the time and resources, you can get a few ingredients to make this awesome sauce at home, but here’s how to do it yourself.
Put the chickpean flour into a food processor and process it until the chicken flour is completely dissolved.
You want the chick pea flour to be smooth, not runny, so you need to scrape the bowl of the food processor down.
This is where you will add the water.
If the chick peas are very dry, they can also become a bit too mushy and mushy.
Add the vinegar and process until the liquid has been absorbed into the chickens flours.
The mixture should look something like this.
You can see the chick flour in the center of the liquid, the vinegar in the middle, and a little bit of the chick water in the right-hand corner.
You may have to add a little more water, but if the chick is very wet and it gets too runny it will become clumpy.
Once the liquid is in the bowl, remove the bowl from the food process, and let it sit for about 15 minutes to cool.
You will need to add some more vinegar and liquid to get a final consistency that is just right for the sauce.
Once you have your finished recipe, you should have a thick sauce that is ready to serve.
I have made a couple of variations for the recipe, so if you are interested in trying this recipe out, just give me a call.
You might not like the flavor, but you will love the results.
If this is the first time you have tried Bob’s, check out the other great recipes.
It’s worth the wait.
3 stars – Cathy (Cooking on the Go)