Who would have thought? A GUILT FREE Hollandaise Sauce that does not compromise on flavour!!! This is our go-to recipe and we find it better than the sauces filled with butter. Sauce can be made in advance and refrigerated for up to 1 week. From 'Smart Cooking' byAnne Lindsay.
I developed this tartar sauce about 35 years ago while working as broiler chef in a nice family steakhouse in California that didn't have a decent tartar sauce and didn't really care that their sauce couldn't even stand up to that on McDonald's Filet of Fish. I love this, since it is obviously designed just to my taste! It's good enough that it's even converted a couple of devout tartar haters, including my wife, who hates the stuff, to true believers. She uses more of it than I do!
There are numerous Nouc Cham sauces on this site. This one is really good. A big difference is simmering the first set of ingredients. I went to a local Vietnamese restaurant and they confirmed how important the cooking is to the flavor development. I found this recipe on Youtube. If you want to watch 2 guys make it, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJvNEUFtyHk I indicate my preference and added the shredded carrots for serving.
This recipe is easy to make and tastes great. Amounts can be adjusted to suit individual tastes to make it more or less sweet and spicy. Black bean paste can be used in placed of the peanut butter. Goes well with chicken, pork, beef, wild game and dim sum.
when searching for a bottled marinade/sauce that is discontinued, I came across this recipe. Not what I was looking for at the time, but it's definitely a keeper. Try it on top of ice cream...REALLY. The serving size will vary depending on what you use it for.
At a winery last week I tasted several fabulous infused olive oils. Rosa was kind enough to share with me how to make them myself. This can save a bunch of bucks!!! All are scaled to 1 cup of oil. If making a bunch for presents, just scale the recipe. Then look around and think about other things you would like to use....maybe truffles.
This recipe is taken from Emeril Lagasse's book - 'From Emeril's Kitchen'.
The preface to the recipe states "This spicy Portuguese sauce is an awesome addition to any dish. Serve it as a condiment for seasoning soups or other pasta dishes to totally kick them up." The Portuguese had a huge influence on African cooking. Posted for ZWT.
*Cooking time includes storage/wait time in fridge.*
We have an abundance of peppers (of all sorts) growing wonderfully in our garden, so I came up with this wonderful medium heat level sauce (adjustable) that went great as an accompiment with our broiled cod fish fillets. Use it for any recipe calling for Thai chili sauce. Also great as a warm drizzle over a light salad (or how about over ice cream?). This is also a great canning or OAMC recipe! Great for gift giving/gift baskets. Recipe doubles, triples, etc. quite easily, just needing longer time to reduce down.
I've tried several pizza sauce recipes with no luck finding anything my family likes. But then I came across this recipe from New Orleans restaurant critic, Tom Fitzmorris. Although the recipe calls for canned Italian tomatoes, I prefer sliced fresh Italian plum tomatoes. Yum! Canned is fine though if that's all you have on hand.
This sauce can be your go to for making creamy veggies, chicken, fish or other protein. You can even use this to make creamy pasta. Or mix it up and make a one dish dinner. This will sauce about 8-12 oz of "stuff"