Or ketchup, depending on your bent.
This was a nice little recipe from cooking light that I modified slighty.
1/3 cup catsup
About a tablespoon of the sauce from chipotles in adobo, more or less depending on your heat tolerance
A teaspoon of honey
A teaspoon of fresh lime juice
There you go. Smoky, sweet, tart...I liked it. Skip the honey if you don't have a typical American sweet palate.
Sounds good - anything specific you would use this for? In Germany I learned about curry-catsup (just mix curry powder with catsup), and it's great as a dip for almost any wurst - slice up some fine ground brats into 1" thick discs, fry them up, put a toothpick in them, and serve them with the curry catsup. Goes over big as an app/hors d'oeuvres.