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I had some turkey and I wanted to use BBQ sauce and had none. Why I will do this in the future is the chili sauce component lasts forever in the fridge and longer when using standard canning I will always have some on the shelf. I also like that I can adjust the flavor to my desires that day.

Recipe #457105

Have you ever needed BBQ Sauce and not have time enough to make it? This is a great TASTY solution. It is also easy to manage the heat. It has a rich flavor when you tell people you made it, they will think you slaved over it for hours

Recipe #506065

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.

Recipe #486056

From Cook's Illustrated Online.

Recipe #344443

Served with Fiji’s curries. From Sam Choy's Polynesian Kitchen

Recipe #480467

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 this on the Taste Spotting Blog. They showcase it on a grilled cheese with mozzarella, avocado and spinach. I can imagine many other uses.

Recipe #478612

A decent substitution for the real thing.

Recipe #487741

A spicy pineapple sauce that is a great condiment with baked ham. You can also add brown sugar and use it as a glaze when baking the ham. Another Rachel Ray favourite.

Recipe #164015

Recipe #453039

Simple and good. Add hot pepper to kick it up. Can make with papaya instead of mango......then you get more digestive juices that tenderize so well.

Recipe #453040

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

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

This recipe comes from recipelink. Suppose to taste like the "Chicken Kitchen" sauce. Very flavorful. So simple to make. Great for dipping chicken,pork or whichever you like. Make it the night before wanting to use, so flavors can blend in.

Recipe #291770

Nice and simple. Freezes well.

Recipe #452033

Dip whatever you choose but I like it with recipe #72048 Build Your Own Rice Wrappers!

Recipe #84731

I searched through the many peanut dipping sauces on 'Zaar and couldn't find a duplicate of how I make my sauce...So here it is!

Recipe #159823

From Cook's Illustrated Online.

Recipe #344447

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