The simple version of this dish is a bit of a cheat really because it is really mix, coat, bake. But then, let's face it, midweek that is about all most of us want to do anyway. This BBQ sauce can be used on chicken, fish (but I would use a strong flavoured fish) and beef. Not surprising really, all BBQ sauces can, also if I am being truthful when I am not being good, it is a great sauce for ribs. The other thing that I discovered about this BBQ sauce is that it improves with age, so if you make it a couple of days ahead the flavour will be better.
Preheat over to 350 degrees f. the rest isn't rocked science, put all the ingredients, except the pork, in a bow and mix well. Put a rack over a roasting tray, put the pork on the rack and baste with the BBQ sauce. Bake for 35 minutes or until pork is done, basting regularly with the sauce. It's also a good idea to turn the pork over and baste all sides. When the pork is done rest for five minutes. Slice and serve. Below information is per serve
Serve with potatoes sprayed with cooking spray and baked in the over and a green salad.