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    1 Reviews |  By Katzen

    I picked this recipe up from one of my most favourite, if not my most favourite blogs, 101 Cookbooks. Heidi says about it, "I call this magic sauce. In part, because it makes everything it touches shimmer with deliciousness. It's magic like that. Technically, it's a riff on a chimichurri sauce - one that veered off the rails in a big way. Much tweaking has rendered it a distant second cousin. If that. In fact, the hallmark of that sauce, parsley, I skip entirely. But I love this. Love love love. And I use it a hundred different ways." And well, it just sounds magic to me - so I've put it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #463518

    FAST AND EASY to Make! This is a nutritious spread, and can be used as a dip for "Platanos Fritos" and vege sticks, "Fajitas", lacing sushi rolls, atop veggie burgers, or in any lettuce wrap. To reduce inflammatory responses we have taken out the tomatillos, but feel free to add them in if you are not following Anti-Infammatory dietary guidelines. This is the fastest Mexican Green Salsa recipe ever, it's raw, and keeps well for weeks in a good airtight glass container. Make a big batch if you and your family like it. Use a little more water for a thinner salsa, but slowly-the avocado gives it a nice texture lost with too much water... I usually use less than a cup of water to use as a dip for "Platanos Fritos", and lace my sushi with it. Add the WOW factor by sprinkling a little cayenne pepper on top when serving as a topping to veggie burgers or decorating sushi as you would spicy mayo.

    Recipe #473285

    Ever cook something that is begging for a sauce, however there was not enough juice to make it? This sauce can compliment any meat or fish, just spice it to match your protein. You can even use it as a pasta sauce. Vary the veggies based on what is in season or abundant. cauliflower or any squash is a wonderful addition. I haven't met a veggie that would not work well. Use common sense and remove seeds and rind as appropriate. This is for a plain small batch, increase by using more veggies.

    Recipe #477969

    this is soooo good! put it on anything! popcorn, apples, bananas or ice cream!

    Recipe #466186

    I just made this at lunch today and it was performed quite well on a BLT sandwich. No oil to whip and fewer calories. Once cold, it has that mayo texture. Nice and tart.

    Recipe #477056

    From Martha Stewart. Found to serve at my nephew's graduation dinner. He requested crab legs.

    Recipe #452892

    I am so glad to have a method to fix one of these if they break. It was in the April 2012 Bon Appetit. If the sauce is then and greasy instead of fluffy and creamy or if oil seeps from the sauce or pools on top - it is broken.

    Recipe #476730

    Found online; postng for ZWT 7-Pacific Islands (Fiji). Recipe states: Here is the classic chutney that is served with Fiji’s curries. It can also be a side dish for various rice recipes. It will last in the refrigerator for a couple of weeks.

    Recipe #455835

    From Cook's Illustrated Online.

    Recipe #344443

    Years ago I found this recipe, but when i went back to the original source recently, I discovered I'd changed it significantly. It's cool and refreshing, but with a bit of heat, as you choose. I eat this as a side or as an appetizer. I'm not specifying servings because this will depend upon use.

    Recipe #433931

    From "Tyler's Ultimate," episode "Ultimate Indian Dinner."

    Recipe #354962

    From Cook's Illustrated Online.

    Recipe #344447

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This sauce is wonderful with any East Indian meal. If you have lovely hot curry it helps put out the fire. You may also substitute an apple or a peach for the mango

    Recipe #9827

    Yogurt, spinach, spices, and nuts blend into a refreshing salad course. Easy and delicious. Perfect with any Indian meal.

    Recipe #459251

    This is quick and easy if you don't have plum sauce on the shelf. Don't be afraid to use a different jam. It won't be traditional, however it will do the trick.

    Recipe #476277

    This is a lovely tomato sauce to top mujadara (lentil rice) put on top of individual portions and top with caramalised onions and have yogurt cucumber salad on side. Very very nice. An arab lady said this is the best she has tasted. I hope you like it.

    Recipe #169113

    This is a savory sauce that works well with curry. It can also be used over rice or veggies. I think it would be good on fish or pork, but have not tried that, yet.

    Recipe #475476

    This recipe does not contain avocado. This is the kind of guasacaca you would find at food carts selling arepas on the calle de hambre (hunger streets) in Venezuela. Every family has their own recipe, and this is ours. Adjusting the taste is very simple once the ingredients are in the blender. Just add more of whatever you'd like.

    Recipe #470136

    Bechamel is one of the five mother sauces. This means it is a base for many things. If used plain, frequently onion and nutmeg are added. Keep this recipe and you don't need a bunch of recipes for variations like Au Gratin. Make it your own.

    Recipe #472781

    From America's Test Kitchen episode 905, "Perfecting Pasta Sauces." Works best with short tubular pasta like ziti, penne or rigatoni.

    Recipe #357384

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