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Charlie Mills Famous Bar-B-Que Sauce Mix

The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
8 reviews
Charlie Mills Famous BBQ Sauce Mix is a delicious way to make authentic Eastern North Carolina barbecue sauce. All the ingredients are included in one handy package, and you only need to add apple cider vinegar. This barbecue sauce recipe will have your friends asking for more. Add this delightful blend of spices to a variety of meats for a mouth-watering feast. It tastes great with pulled pork, chicken, ribs, beef, and even steamed oysters.
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Product Overview
With Charlie Mills Famous BBQ Sauce Mix, you can host your own authentic southern cookout. This delicious blend of mouth-tingling spices will have all your friends asking for your BBQ sauce recipe. Just add apple cider vinegar, and we will do the rest.

Add this Charlie Mills special blend to chicken, pork, beef, ribs, or even steamed oysters. Grilling is simple: just add your meats to the grill and baste frequently. Use it on a regular barbecue grill, your pig cooker, or even in your own kitchen. Great for any cookout or pig pickin'. You can also use this special spice to pep up vegetables, rice, and salads.

One package will make 1 gallon of eastern North Carolina BBQ sauce.

  • Each package makes 1 gallon
  • Add mix to 1 gallon of apple cider vinegar (not included) and shake
  • Refrigeration not required
  • 12 oz. package
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Product Review Summary
Based on 8 reviews
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 4.5/5.0
Customer Reviews
February 19, 2021
Authentic Eastern NC Vinegar Sauce Mix (NOT Texas Tomato Base)
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

For those that grew up in Eastern NC and have experienced pork BBQ east of I-95, you'll recognize this taste once you add it to a gallon of vinegar. I tweak my recipe just a little. I use 50:50 ratio of White Vinegar : Cider Vinegar. I mix the sauce pack really well and then cut it 50%. I pour this into the 50:50 vinegar mix then add 1/2 cup of Texas Pete hot sauce and 1/4 cup of brown sugar. Heating this mix up offers the best results. Allow to cool then pour into sauce bottles, mason jar or back into the gallon jug. Stores well for up to 6-months. Enjoy!

Mike McLamb from NC
January 23, 2021
The absolute best Eastern Carolina BBQ sauce mixture
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

My mom grew up in Eastern Carolina, and every family reunion we would smoke a full pig and use this mixture as our BBQ sauce. It’s heaven in a bag. We lost my mom 5 years ago, and every time I eat BBQ with this sauce, it brings me back to sitting by the Neuse River eating BBQ with her.

Rob Thomson (Nashville, TN) from TN
March 18, 2015
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

If you don't know how (or if you do know how)to make Bar-B-Que sauce, this is the better way to go. I don't know how, and when I make this sauce, my friends think, I am the Bomb. It is really good.

Jerry Mann from NC
November 06, 2014
great sauce
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

bought this sauce mix because it seemed easy enough and I didn't feel like starting from scratch. it has a great flavor and is a great vinegar base sauce . It went well with my pork butt BBQ . I will use this mix again for the cost and time it is a great bargain .

John F. from NC
March 25, 2014
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I used to make my own sauce, and then I found Charlie. Mine is still good but I think this has a slight edge! Awesome on pulled or chopped pork, but also great on grilled or oven baked chicken. Baste or shake on often! Heat and add some butter for chicken or turkey. For all the great values at ASC, this one's about a dollar higher than the market price, assuming you know where to find it. Also, Larry must not be from around here, bless his heart.

Big Hig from NC