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    Condiments and Sauces

    Various sauces, chutneys, jams, and such.
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    This easy to make and flavourful South African preserve is wonderful with curries, stews and casseroles - and I have also used it in toasted cheese sandwiches as well! Atjar was introduced to South Africa by the Malays about a century ago. It consists of a variety of vegetables and fruits, boiled and preserved in a very strong chili pickle. It should be pleasantly sour with a sweetish aftertaste. It is usually eat it as a relish with curry or meat dishes in South Africa.

    Recipe #289381

    6 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    I use this on salad and I will add things like feta cheese, kalamata olives, pepperoncini, etc. It even tastes great on ordinary tossed salad or over grilled halloumi cheese.

    Recipe #274968

    The recipe for Gentleman's Relish has remained a secret since it was first invented by John Osborn in 1828 and no doubt some, whose taste buds recoil at this intensely salty blend of anchovies, butter, herbs and spices are happy for it to remain secret. However, it is wonderful spread on hot toast and added to scrambled eggs.....as well as adding a "kick" to savoury sauces and sandwiches! It is the essential ingredient for Scotch Woodcock - a Victorian snack served at the end of a meal! (For those who are interested, I have posted the recipe on Zaar!) This is my interpretation of this famous English relish.

    Recipe #228778

    52 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I like to make a batch of this overnight to use in whatever I'm cooking the next day. The smell of the onions slowly caramelizing overnight lends to very sweet dreams!

    Recipe #24750

    2 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Easy tasty marinade good for beef, pork and chicken shish kabobs. This works well with nice size chunks and about a pound of meat. If you want to use the leftover mariande to baste the meat and vegetables while you are grilling them. Note cooking time is marinading time.

    Recipe #116139

    Posting for Zaar World Tour 5 for the Carribbean. I found this on another site.

    Recipe #372633

    This is very easy and delicious. It is made in the microwave. When I make it, it cooks for 5 minutes total, stirring after each minute. This recipe is from All Recipes.

    Recipe #274524

    From TOH Magazine. I'm hoping that these will turn out similar to the refrigerated dill pickle spears from the store that I love so much! Time doesn't include cooling times or the minimum of 24 hours that the pickles need to sit. The time to bring the vinegar mixture to a boil is included in the prep time. **Note: I've received a comment that this recipe, as written, is very salty. So if you don't care for salty dill pickles, than I'd suggest cutting back on the salt. Please keep in mind that the salt does act as a preservative, so that decreasing the salt may decrease how long you can store these pickles! **Additional note: yes, it does call for 40 sprigs of dill. Please note that is sprigs of dill leaf, not heads of dill seeds (as often are used in pickles).

    Recipe #372738

    Branston Pickle is a UK favourite that is served in pubs as part of a Ploughman's Lunch. Although this tangy vegetable pickle has lots of ingredients, it is worth the effort. Tastes great with cheeses.

    Recipe #26952

    Found in the 100 Best Appetizers Cookbook. This book was given to me by MaField during the 2008 Cookbook Swap. I love peanut butter and the flavors in this dip work well with apples, cantaloupe, and bananas.

    Recipe #329546

    This is what I whip up when I need 1000 Island. It is much better than store bought. Goes great on Reuben sandwiches, salads, burgers or as a dip with French fries. My family does not usually eat 1000 Island but they love this! I love it with Nick's Mom's Recipe #179493.

    Recipe #215010

    It's great to know folks like this sauce so much! I wish I could take credit for it but it was adopted after the original member left. Thank you, all, just the same. I have made the recipe with regular brewed coffee but highly recommend the espresso. In a pinch use strong instant if you have nothing else. The acid of the coffee balances the sweetness of the other ingredients.

    Recipe #66

    This is the closest I can get to the best tartar sauce I've ever eaten, at a restaurant in Galveston, TX. I don't remember the name of the restaurant, but I've been trying to copy the recipe, and I think it is just right now. It will keep about a week in the refrigerator if you rinse the sliced onions in hot water before chopping or grinding them. This will keep the sauce from turning yellow. This is great with fried fish or shrimp.

    Recipe #328487

    World Tour Zaar 2005- Jewish/Kosher Keeps for one year in fridge. Also makes great gift as it is a jarred sauce. Wonderful on roast lamb or beef. Being a widely used condiment this could also fit into British cuisine as well as other regions.

    Recipe #134941

    The slow cooker allows milk to caramelize to a delicate golden brown with little monitoring. The result is Cajeta, the South American milk caramel sauce also known as dulce de leche. Pour it over fruit or a slice of pound cake, or stir it into vanilla ice cream. Adapted from Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #309221

    Sweetened condensed milk makes this topping so... simple.

    Recipe #329984

    My mom's homemade dressing. Great in summer time when the weather is too hot for anything but a salad.

    Recipe #250976

    Good as a salad dressing or dip, wonderful with boiled shrimp as an alternative to ketchup-based dip, and fantastic with Onion Mums. Recipe from Hellmann's Mayonnaise.

    Recipe #163158

    Recipe #1436

    7 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This makes a nice small batch, and it's easy to make more! Particularly tasty served with a meat-and-potatoes dinner. And if you heat it up with hot peppers or more cayenne, it can pass as a salsa.

    Recipe #12678

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