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I just made this to use up some leftover steak and I would like to see how it adds up in calories. It made 2 quarts of soup, I am trying to see how many calories per one cup.
This recipe has no oil and is easy to add to for fun! It had 3 tablespoons of melted butter in it but I omit that, although it is tasty with. I like to add a 1/4 cup of water to it to thin it a bit more for our taste. I also add cinnamon and vanilla.
This can be done with either beef or pork and is easy to alter to your tastes. If you like spicy BBQ, add the spice! This base starts out mild and somewhat sweet. Kids love it, I serve it with extra kick for adults. I like to reserve some sauce to serve on the side. Have fun with it, it is just an outline. How long it takes depends on how you cook it. BBQ pulled pork or beef is very forgiving, either cook long and on low heat in the oven or put it in your crock pot. I do it in the oven. If I start it soon enough I put it in at 250* for 5 or 6 hours. If I am getting impatient, I turn up the heat. You cannot over cook it on low heat, you can burn the sauce on high heat. If you can put in in overnight. The sauce is per 2 1/2 pounds. there was no dry mustard entry, so either 1 teaspoon of dry mustard or 1/4 cup prepared mustard. 32 tablespoons is 2 cups, the options were only tablespoons. same problem, 12 teaspoons is 1/4 cup.
I am not entering this because it is low calorie, I wanted to know how many calories and such it has in it as I make it.