Barbacoa comes from Arawak language spoken by the Taìno, a people of the Caribbean. It originally refers to a a slow cooking method of meat under a fire. The word made its way to Mexico then to the United States via Texas, where it transformed into “Barbecue”. Barbacoa is a Tex-Mex style BBQ sauce, sweet, tangy and slightly spicy by a mixture aromatic of Mexican dried peppers. A general public sauce for grills of all kinds!
Ingredients : Tomato paste • Cider vinegar • Water • Sugars (sugar, molasses) • Soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt, lactic acid, sodium benzoate) • Salt • Dehydrated hot peppers (chipotle, ancho, mulato, guajillo, árbol) • Spices • Mustard powder • Granulated garlic • Onion powder • Xanthan gum.
Contains: Mustard • Soy • Wheat.