This sauce is sweet and tangy. Add some at the end of cooking and pass the rest at the table. Frozen berries can be used if fresh are unavailable.
- Place all ingredients into a saucepan.
- Bring to a boil, lower to simmer, cook for 15 minutes until slightly thick, stirring occasionally.
- Let it cool slightly.
- Pour into blender and puree.
- Use as you would any bbq sauce, on chicken, pork, or tuna.
Yum! This sauce is so easy to make and has a terrific flavor. I added it to some baked chicken about 20 minutes before it was done and it worked perfectly. Thanks for a unique and yummy recipe, chia.
Not a sauce I'd use a lot but it's very good and I thoroughly enjoyed it on a grilled chicken breast.
This recipe had me curious for quite awhile and I'm so glad I finally tried it. While we enjoyed it I thought the vinegar overpowered the other flavours somewhat and turned the sauce almost black, which turned the chicken I used it on almost black as well. Not the most pretty presentation. On the other hand the blueberry flavour is just too good to pass up and I will be playing with this recipe. I may try champagne vinegar in a smaller amount next time and will add some onion to the mix. Maybe fresh ginger? This is worth some experimentation to suit our taste. Thank you, chia!