The right sauce, marinade or dressing jazzes up everything from meats to veggies to chips.
Homemade dressing can make salads appealing to even the most stubborn veggie-phobe. This simple low-fat recipe gets its creamy texture from Dijon mustard and yogurt and whips up in minutes.
A touch of liquid smoke (sold in large grocery stores) makes this specialty ketchup a perfect grilling sauce for steaks, burgers, and pork chops. It's also a flavorful topping for hot dogs and fries.
Here's a great-tasting tomato sauce you can use with stuffed breads, pizza, and pasta. (If you like a thicker sauce, stir in 1 to 2 tablespoons of tomato paste when you add the crushed tomatoes.)
Brilliant green and exploding with the flavors of summer, this variation on the classic pasta sauce took first place in out cook-off because of its secret ingredient: a sprig of parsley. Pesto means "pounded" in Italian, but we use a food processor for i
Savory Asian-style dumplings are even more delectable when taken for a dip, and this simple, sweet sauce provides the perfect pairing.
A great casserole for holiday meals.
With its sweet and spicy flavors, this sauce is a terrific accompaniment to many Asian or Asian-inspired dishes. It's especially good when served with this delicious chicken satay.
Crown your fish filet with a wholesome homemade topping!
This variation on old-fashioned pan gravy is sure to become a family tradition.
Peanuts are popular in Thailand, where dishes fuse sweet and sour, strong and subtle, hot and cold. They all come together in this delicious dinnertime dip, perfect for chicken fingers and cut vegetables such as celery, broccoli, snap peas, and carrots.
A Simply Great Salad Dressing
Smoky BBQ Ketchup
Quick Marinara Sauce
Soy-Sesame Dipping Sauce
Corn Bread Sausage Dressing
Spicy Peanut Sauce
Fast and Light Tartar Sauce
Old-fashioned Pan Gravy With Red Currant Jelly
Thai Coconut Peanut Dip
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