adapted from an old issue of southern living. suggested use: make up a batch and use half to marinate some chicken pieces overnight,grill or bake the chicken, using the remainder to brush onto your chicken in the last half hour of its cooking time to make a nice bbq sauce. or use as a dipping sauce for chicken wings. update: the onion powder measurement has been corrected.
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