1. In a medium bowl, whisk all ingredients together to combine.
2. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
3. Pour over grilled or smoked chicken or use as a dip or dressing.
For Duke’s 100th Anniversary Recipe Contest, we asked fans like you to look through their recipe books and send us their favorite Duke’s recipes. From potato salad to pimento cheese, we received dozens of mouthwatering submissions. One recipe emerged as the perfect complement to Duke’s century-old roots in southern cuisine: Lolly’s Alabama White BBQ Sauce. That’s right – white barbecue sauce, not the classic deep red or glossy caramel you typically encounter in the south. White barbecue sauce is fundamentally different from traditional tomato- or mustard-based sauces. Its base ingredients – mayonnaise and vinegar – result in a snappy, tangy taste entirely distinct from the sticky-sweet barbecue sauces that first come to mind.
Like Duke’s, white BBQ sauce is a southern delicacy that emerged in the first quarter of the twentieth century. Pioneered by Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q in 1925, northern Alabamians have crafted numerous variations of the sauce, which they use to marinate, baste, and dress chicken. Lolly’s Alabama White BBQ Sauce includes two different types of vinegar, horseradish, cayenne pepper, and even a pinch of sugar – it’s clear that this northern Alabama secret won’t stay hidden for long. Find Lolly’s delicious recipe on the backs of our 100th anniversary jars throughout 2017.