If you have never tried a “white” BBQ sauce, you haven’t lived yet!  Leave it to the South to mix mayo and vinegar, and cook with it!  This sauce was AMAZING on chicken – and on the leftover pork loin we had the next day.  Simply scrumptious – and simple too!   I originally served it over grilled chicken breasts that I pounded out a bit to thin them down, and simply seasoned with Salt and Pepper.  I brushed some of the sauce on for the last 5 minutes of cooking or so – it will curdle if you put it on from the start….. and I used the rest for a dipping sauce.
 No pics – but hey, it’s a SAUCE for goodness sakes!
Ingredients:
2 cups Mayo
1 cup Cider Vinegar
2 TBS Lemon Juice
3 TBS fresh ground pepper (sorry about that – your arm will be sore…)
½ TSP Salt
½ TSP Cayenne
2 TSP finely minced FRESH Rosemary – more or less to taste.
I clove garlic, finely minced
Instructions:
Combine all ingredients in a bowl, and whisk thoroughly.   I threw mine in my Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer, and used the whisk attachment on med low for about 15 minutes to really combine things.
Refrigerate for at least 2 hours
Brush on the chicken during the final cooking process – about 8 minutes or so, reserving the rest of the sauce to use as a dipping sauce.