Recipe Details

A fruity and nicely spiced Ancho Mexican BBQ sauce with vinegar tomatoes and pineapple.

  1. Mix all ingredients together. Allow to sit 3 hours to marry flavors.


For a more authentic flavor toast Ancho Chile and add roasted cumin.

You can use prepared roasted garlic but check salt content.

Garlic “bases” are often high in salt.

This glaze is wonderful on grilled chicken, pork and beef as well as full flavored fishThin this glaze with pineapple juice for an Al Pastor marinade.

Add a premium amber Tequila for additional south-of-the-border flavor.