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    I'm making meatloaf for dinner, which my husband loves but I don't. Looking to spice it up with a nice and easy barbeque sauce. Any ideas?
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    Here's a lot of idea.
    Paula Deen Meatloaf Recipe

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    Here's a quick one: Mix brown sugar, ketchup, ginger, garlic, cayenne or chili seeds (if you like it hot) and molasses together. You can add lemon juice to thin it out.

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    Thanks so much. You've both given me great quick and easy ideas. Can't wait to try them out.
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    Molasses....sorry to laugh.I bet not one Aussie home has that in the cupboard....we feed that to cattle.I heard that its very good for your insides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacific breeze View Post
    Here's a quick one: Mix brown sugar, ketchup, ginger, garlic, cayenne or chili seeds (if you like it hot) and molasses together. You can add lemon juice to thin it out.
    i was just going to suggest that. except i don't use ginger (sounds yummy though) and i add soy sauce to thin it out (and don't add any salt). you can also use honey instead of molasses if you don't have any.
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