I think I mentioned that my boyfriend complains the fridge has all condiments inside. Is he trying to say there's nothing to put them on, or that there's simply way too many? I suppose I could just ask him, but adding more until he spills the beans sounds more logical.
This dressing is to die for! Serve on fresh baby spinach or add mushrooms and/or thinly sliced red onion rings. This makes 2 cups of dressing but is easily halved. Adapted from The New Basics Cookbook.
Are you tired of boring, bland food? ...Well... IM NOT!! Why??? because I use this sauce!!!! I especially like this on my Boca Spicy Chik'n patties!! Its also yummy with fries or potato wedges, on grilled chicken sandwiches... anything that you usually put ketchup on! :-)
Originally made this for onion rings, but it goes great with anything--fried, fish sticks, even grilled meats, shrimp, etc. The ingredients seems a little off, but combined it is excellent--slightly sweet and pretty spicy.
This is such a versatile dip! It goes wonderfully as a dip for most any kind of appetizer: vegetables, chips, breadsticks. One of my favorite ways to use this is as a dip for
It's also great to keep on hand to use as a quick and delicious sandwich spread… You won’t believe how good it is on a ham and cheese sandwich or your favorite sub!
A really yummy and different dish to WOW your guests. It does use a lot of balsamic vinegar. You can use the best you can afford but I have found it comes out equally well with the 'bargain' balsamic! Created by Texas chef Grady Spears and featured in the November 1998 issue of Texas Monthly.
This recipe is from the 1968 McDonald's Manager's Handbook put out in 1969 (1968 year) They quickly removed the recipe after realizing they had a very appealing "secret sauce." It was included as an emergency recipe in the event a particular store ran out of the pre-made sauce. Enjoy!
I find this salad dressing works best on stronger-tasting greens, and it is especially nice when you've used green olives in the salad. It keeps well in the refrigerator for several days, and the flavor actually improves the second day.
This vinaigrette is sweet, tart, bacony and oniony and it's what makes people keep asking me to bring salad. And who doesn't like some real bacon in their salad? I never really measure the amounts but it always tastes fantastic!