Just a question-one place says you will need three cups of the tomato-less BBQ sauce and another say four. Which is the correct amount and how much sauce does the BBQ sauce recipe make? Thanks for pointing that out- I guess I didnt proof read very well, did I, lol. You need 4 cups total. I cant say for sure how much volume the BBQ Sauce makes, because it really depends on the bell peppers. If you use big ones, you get more, if you use small ones, you get less. This stuff keeps pretty well, so if you make too much you can use it on pork or chicken later in the week. Love that you didn’t add a bunch of beans to the chili – I don’t use bar-b-q sauce in mine, nor the celery or bell peppers. Other than that, mine is very similar to yours. Freezes well. This recipe is adapted for p2, no beans and no tomatoes on p2.
Use any meat you want- ground turkey, ground beef, but Texas red chili is made from cubed beef chuck. Email This BlogThis! I miss sauces and gravies on P2 and this could help. Just a question-one place says you will need three cups of the tomato-less BBQ sauce and another say four. Tried this using lettuce to wrap! Heck, even the BBQ will be made up and used for the meatloaf, etc. September 7, at PM.
I used triple the peppers and broth but only double the spices and the BBQ sauce was perfect for me. Love all the veggies in it! Packed with vegetables and homemade sausage, it makes a satisfying and healthy breakfast effortless. Carolyn January 30, at AM. Karen A. If you follow FMD, you need to adjust protein portions for over 20lb goal on all meals. Find that recipe here. I’ve been trying to find a good BBQ sauce for phase 2, don’t have any rhubarb at the moment and am not sure if there are any other options.