T.G.I. Friday's Jack Daniel's Marinade And Dipping Sauce

Ingredients:
1/3 cup diced red onions
1/2 teaspoon finely-diced garlic
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup teriyaki sauce
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/3 cup white grape juice
1/2 cup Jack Daniel's black label bourbon
1/2 teaspoon Tobasco sauce

Cooking Directions:
Place ingredients in sauce pan in order listed. Mix and stir after each ingredient.
Place on medium heat and stir until mixture reaches boiling stage.
Turn temperature down to low until mixture is on a slow simmer.
Cook sauce for 35 to 45 minutes and remove from heat.
Mixture will have reduced in volume about a 1/4 to 1/3.
Sauce is great with chicken fingers or crispy deep-fried chicken breast strips.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jack Daniel's is a whiskey, not a bourbon

Anonymous said...

Bourbon IS whiskey!

Anonymous said...

The only Bourbon comes from Kentucky. Does Jack Daniel's not say Tennessee WHISKEY???

Anonymous said...

idiots

Anonymous said...

This is not the right recipe. I real ones have real pineapples in it!!!

Anonymous said...

The real one does not have pinapple. I used to work there. We got it premade in bags but there was a recipe for it because they tried to make it once when we ran out and it turned out terrible!!

Anonymous said...

has anyone tried to make it or are you too busy trying to out do each other with your wit?

Anonymous said...

want the real recipe that actually taste like the real thing check out this recipe http://www.recipezaar.com/Tgi-Fridays-Original-Jack-Daniels-Sauce-179488
i made it and it is EXACTLY like the real thing and has less ingredients and is easier to make, you guys are way off with all this soy and terriyaki stuff

Anonymous said...

Why are you both arguing about a recipe? Everyone have their own ways of doing things; and one man's meat is another's poison. You can do whichever recipe that suits your taste.

Anonymous said...

Jack Daniel's is a Whiskey

Bourbon is not about location, but process.

A bourbon is a very basic whiskey, they do something extra to Jack, which means it does not qualify. Think they filter it three times, and a Bourbon is only filtered twice.

Anonymous said...

I Like Jack Daniels!! I'm done!

Anonymous said...

LOL I love people who argue about details on the internet...the fingers you use to show the world how much you think you know...also shows how much you don't know..oh look there's lots of info about Bourbon & Tennessee Whiskey (Same stuff made to different rules where they are made) and what about Scotch Whiskey? The Internet: Giving the socially inept a place to voice their dribble.

Anonymous said...

I tried this and its gorgeous taste exactly the same as tgi's quite exspensive to make concidering its just a dip tho but love it so who cares :) x

tigger69mayo said...

So what do they in place of pineapple...and soy and teriaki? im deathly allergic to pineapple and the old receipe your right did not have but it does now....i had it for the 1st time in over 2yrs the other day and got sick as hell :-(
i want to make the old version at home

tigger69mayo said...

So what do they in place of pineapple...and soy and teriaki? im deathly allergic to pineapple and the old receipe your right did not have but it does now....i had it for the 1st time in over 2yrs the other day and got sick as hell :-(
i want to make the old version at home

Anonymous said...

All Bourbons are Whiskey's, but not all whiskey's are bourbons. Bourbons come from Kentucky and are aged atleast 2 years. The process and the ingredient rachios (among other things)factor in to distinguish the difference between one and the other.
I work for the #1 Bourbon sold in the U.S.
Jack Daniel's is a whiskey, not a bourbon.

Anonymous said...

Now that we are all ready to pass our bartender's national exam....can we get back to the sauce please?