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This recipe goes very well on a wrap with beef or pork (like on the image) 

3 dl Mango juice (around 1.2 cup)
2 dl Cola Zero (around 0.8 cup)
2 tablespoons mangochutney
2 tablespoons of Lime (juice)
1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
1 tablespoon sweet chilli sauce
1 tablespoon rapeseed oil
3 tablespoons  chicken broth (homemade if have)
2 teaspoon chili peppers
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon onion powder
  Fennel seeds (to taste)
0.5 - 1 tbsp Butter

1. Mix together mango juice, cola zero, mangochutney, lime juice, balsamic vinegar, chilli sauce and rapeseed oil in a suitable saucepan and boil while stirring until it has merged well.

2. Mix the remaining ingredients into the saucepan and then turn it down and let it simmer until it is reduced to 2/3 parts. Finally add 0.5 - 1 tablespoon butter and let it melt down while stir.

3. Remove the sauce and allow it to cool before use, this will also makes it thicker.

4. Enjoy!

So there you go a exotic Tropical BBQ Sauce from Sweden :-D.. please try it and say what you think. I am thinking of translating my page into English too, so I'm looking around and see if there's any interest in this. You can find my original recipe an more images on how i made it in Swedish here https://grilltips.se/grillrecept/saser/tropisk-barbecuesauce 

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1 hour ago, TKOBBQ said:

The only conversion I can't figure out is

1 st chicken broth.


Yea what's that mean. 


I think you are the first active member I've seen from Sweden. I hope you stick around as I'd like to see more of your recipes. 


Going to make this soon to give it a try. 



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@TKOBBQ Oh i missed that, think i have seen the recipe to many times :shock: i cant find any edit option on my post but feel free to change it to this: 
 tbsp ready made chicken stock (or your own)

(I used one stock cube but don´t know if the same for you as here in Sweden)


@ckreef I will stick around, allot here to read and learn :)  

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