BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna?

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2006/06/27 18:34:19 (permalink)

BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna?

Sweet and tangy or just sweet?
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/06/27 18:53:42 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by beerbattersausage

    Sweet and tangy or just sweet?


    WV style:
    sweet tangy and hot
    fry the bologna then dip in the sauce.
    serve on large sesame seeded bun w/ let., tom, and onion.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/06/27 19:12:03 (permalink)
    any Brands or recipe ideas?
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/06/27 19:43:41 (permalink)
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    any Brands or recipe ideas?


    Now that's a tough one batter.
    I'd suggest looking up some sweet red bbq sauce recipes that look good to you and then tweeking them with vinegar and grd cheyene or chipolte.
    I'll look around later and see what I've got in my recipe folder.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/06/27 19:45:59 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by beerbattersausage

    Sweet and tangy or just sweet?

    None at all. Why ruin the taste of good fried bologna with a so-called barbeque sauce?
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/06/27 23:31:24 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    quote:
    Originally posted by beerbattersausage

    Sweet and tangy or just sweet?

    None at all. Why ruin the taste of good fried bologna with a so-called barbeque sauce?


    batter, Obviously this guy doesn't understand the essence of fried hot bologna.

    Below is a bbq sauce recipe I tweeked to possibly serve your needs. You'll want to work on it. I ripped it from a recipe I came up with a number of years ago that included mustard in equal proportions to the ketsup, lime juice, and Herdez Salsa Casera. It needs to be heated and simmered for a while to blend the flavors.
    3/4 c. ketsup
    1/4 c. apple cider vinegar
    1/8 tsp. tumeric
    1/8 tsp. fennel seed
    1/8 tsp. grd. cayenne chili
    1/8 tsp. grd chipolte chili
    1/8 tsp. grd ancho chili
    1/8 tsp. papirika
    1/8 tsp. grd. cumin seed
    1/4 tsp. garlic powder
    1/8 tsp. liquid smoke
    1 tsp worcestershire sauce
    2 tsp. sugar (or better, substitute w/ molasses)

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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/11/06 00:26:30 (permalink)
    Around here (West. KY) BBQ bologna is done on the smoker just like a butt or a rack of ribs. Most take a whole log of bologna...remove the rind...smoke it for a few hours and then make a lengthwise cut in the log, pour the cut full of BBQ sauce...wrap it in foil and give it another hour on the smoker. Slice off a chunk and have at it.

    An interesting take on this was done by a friend of mine at the BBQ on the River festival last September. After removing the rind from his log of bologna he took a length of 1/2" PVC and shoved in lengthwise through the bologna...taking out plugs of meat. He then filled the resulting holes with a mixture of chopped scallions and garlic. Cooked on the smoker as usual. Pretty dang good and an interesting take on this southern classic.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/11/06 06:35:04 (permalink)
    I like a simple baste with Frank's and topped with cole slaw; Tabasco's jalapeno sauce works well too.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/11/06 07:43:25 (permalink)


    Going to another thread, I think that mayo is good. Mustard and bologna are natural and I'm sure there is some kind of mustard based BBQ sauce that can work.
    I am one of those heathens that like ketchup on my hot dogs so that works for me too. I like calling sliced or grilled bologna as 'flatdogs'.

    ====An interesting take on this was done by a friend of mine at the BBQ on the River festival last September. After removing the rind from his log of bologna he took a length of 1/2" PVC and shoved in lengthwise through the bologna...taking out plugs of meat. He then filled the resulting holes with a mixture of chopped scallions and garlic. Cooked on the smoker as usual. Pretty dang good and an interesting take on this southern classic.====

    That is a GREAT idea. I will try that the next time I have the opportunity.

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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/11/06 09:56:16 (permalink)
    Well...he didn't have any trouble getting rid of the product:-)
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2006/11/06 10:41:12 (permalink)
    PVC'd bologna, "fatties", and more. pb

    http://virtualweberbullet.com/hotdog.html
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    Re:BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/03 16:10:21 (permalink)
    Maw Maw Mercedes Hot Bologna Sauce!!!!!  My husband and I found this wonderful sauce while on a road trip through West Virginia, at the Tamerack!  We use it on plain meatballs (sauté the meatballs in the sauce) and spoon it over mashed potatoes!!!  Works on sausage too!  Fantastic!  
     
    Unfortunately, we live in Standish, Maine...  The only place I've found this stuff is back at the Tamarack on the Highway in West Virginia!  I found her on Facebook and have contacted her about placing an order for an entire case!!!  It's just that good.
     
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    Sweet and tangy or just sweet?


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    Re:BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/12 23:58:59 (permalink)
    superb WVHillbilly, It's a very good BBQ sauce recipe. Surely I will try this sauce. Thanks. 
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    Re:BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/13 00:24:42 (permalink)
    Here's some recipes from the Kings of Bologna!
    http://www.seltzerslebanon.com/recipes.html
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/13 11:32:42 (permalink)
    doggydaddy 

    Mustard and bologna are natural and I'm sure there is some kind of mustard based BBQ sauce that can work. 
     

    Using "doggydaddy's" premise that mustard-based sauces would be good on grilled bologna, I would recommend "Carolina Treat"  http://www.carolinatreet.com/ This stuff is great on pork, especially "country-style" ribs. Might be worth a try.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/13 16:54:17 (permalink)
    We make Fried Bologna sandwiches here, topped with melted Cheddar, very popular!
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/13 17:03:44 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    We make Fried Bologna sandwiches here, topped with melted Cheddar, very popular!

    Do you make them like this?

    That's a fried bologna sandwich from G&R Tavern in Waldo Ohio.
    post edited by Michael Hoffman - 2013/11/13 17:08:04
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/13 18:26:59 (permalink)
    That looks great! Is it just cheese, sweet pickles, and a slice of raw? I think bbq sauce on that would be overkill. PS....I just googled "fried bologna sandwich" and your place in Waldo popped up! Hey, this one looks good, too. Just scroll down below the dog.
    http://www.roadfood.com/R...uies-foot-long-hot-dog
    post edited by Pancho - 2013/11/13 18:33:13
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/13 18:32:16 (permalink)
    Pancho

    That looks great! Is it just cheese, sweet pickles, and a slice of raw? I think bbq sauce on that would be overkill.

    That's what it is. G&R Tavern uses bologna made for them from their own recipe.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/13 20:23:49 (permalink)
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    Pancho

    That looks great! Is it just cheese, sweet pickles, and a slice of raw? I think bbq sauce on that would be overkill.

    That's what it is. G&R Tavern uses bologna made for them from their own recipe.

    And it is some mighty fine bologna at that.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/14 17:29:55 (permalink)
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    We make Fried Bologna sandwiches here, topped with melted Cheddar, very popular!

    Do you make them like this?

    That's a fried bologna sandwich from G&R Tavern in Waldo Ohio.

    We put a lot more cheese than that, Michael!

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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/14 17:31:12 (permalink)
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    Pancho

    That looks great! Is it just cheese, sweet pickles, and a slice of raw? I think bbq sauce on that would be overkill.

    That's what it is. G&R Tavern uses bologna made for them from their own recipe.


    I use Hebrew National.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/14 17:42:08 (permalink)
    I usually get mine without the cheese and without the pickles. I like Hebrew National bologna. (Yesterday I bought some Hebrew National salami.) I think you'd love their bologna.
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    RE: BBQ Sauce for Grilled Bologna? 2013/11/20 00:07:23 (permalink)
    I like to have bologna with pickles, and also with lots of cheese.
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