Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce (40 oz. bottle, 2 pk.)
About this item
- Award-winning barbecue sauce
- Made with a secret blend of ingredients
- Sweet Baby Ray's sauce is terrific on burgers, hot dogs, brisket, ribs and fries
Take your barbecue to the next level with Sweet Baby Ray's® Barbecue Sauce. Sweet Baby Ray's sauce is the boss when it comes to barbecues, with an award-winning, mouthwatering recipe that's made it one of the world's most popular prepared barbecue sauces. Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce is spectacular on ribs, chicken and brisket, with a slow-cooked tangy sweetness that brings out the best in smoked and grilled meats. It's also fantastic on burgers, hot dogs, barbecued tofu and fries. This value pack includes two 40-oz. bottles of Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce, ideal for cooking or for enhancing your selection of condiments.
Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce, the Pride of Chicago since 1985
Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce was first introduced to the nation when a local Chicago resident nicknamed Chef Larry entered his family's recipe in the Mike Rokyo Rib-Off, the country's largest rib-centric barbecue competition. The sauce, seasoned and slow-cooked to perfection, was named in honor of Chef Larry's younger brother. Sweet Baby Ray's beat out almost 700 other entrants in the competition and a legend was born.
Over 30 years later, Sweet Baby Ray's sauce is still made with the same ingredients and still made in Chicago. While the company now features 40 different varieties, the original recipe is still their flagship sauce. The original Baby Ray's BBQ sauce is an enduring backyard and ballpark staple and sold worldwide so everyone can experience the city's iconic creation.
How Can I Cook With Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce?
Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce was created for cooking, from that first fateful Rib-Off back in 1985. It's fantastic for marinading your favorite barbecue meats and vegetables, imparting a slow-cooked flavor whether you're baking, broiling or grilling. The gourmet sauce makes spectacular ribs and chicken, for a backyard barbecue taste you can enjoy all year long.