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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Sauces                           Bar-b-q
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    3       c            -Water
      1/4   c            Tomato juice
    1                    Chicken bouillon cube
    1 1/2   ts           Paprika
    1       t            Sugar, granulated
      3/4   ts           -Salt
      1/4   ts           Basil, dried
      1/4   ts           Parsley
      1/4   ts           Poultry seasoning
      1/4   ts           Thyme
      1/4   ts           Ginger, ground
      1/4   ts           Dry mustard
      1/4   ts           Onion powder
    1                    Bay leaf
      3/4   ts           Worcestershire sauce
    6       dr           Tabasco sauce
    2       ts           Lemon juice
    1       tb           Cornstarch
    1       tb           -Water
    1       tb           Vegetable oil
   “This recipe..appeared in the Toronto Star many years
   ago as a result of a contest to create a sauce similar
   to Swiss Chalet’s barbecue sauce. Home economist Kay
   Spicer created the winning recipe.”
   Anne’s note: Swiss Chalet is a chain of Canadian
   chicken restaurants. This sauce is brushed on the
   chicken before cooking and served at the table in
   small containers to dip the chicken pieces in.
   Pour cups of water and tomato juice into 1 1/2 qt
   saucepan. Add bouillon cube, paprika, sugar, salt,
   basil, parsley, poultry seasoning, thyme, ginger,
   mustard, onion powder, bay leaf, Worcestershire sauce
   and Tabasco. Stir well or whisk to mix. Bring to a
   boil, then reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes. Remove
   bay leaf. Stir in lemon juice.
   Mix cornstarch and 1 Tbsp water to smooth paste. Add
   to mixture and cook, stirring constantly, about 2
   minutes until sauce thickens. Whisk in oil.
   MAKES: ABOUT 3 CUPS SOURCE: The Toronto Star posted by
   Anne MacLellan
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