This is actually Dave's recipe that he has been making for years. It was served at my step-daughter's grandmother's restaurant many, many years ago. We love it. If it is too tart for you adjust with a little extra sugar
Cumberland Sauce is used as a condiment for cold meats. I've often seen this sauce associated with US cooking but have since learned that it is an Old English sauce from the Cumbria region of England. It certainly demonstrates the English influence on our cooking here in the USA! This is one from Robert Ackart's "Spirited Cooking, An Introduction to Wine in the Kitchen".
There is a meat market up here in Traverse City who has the best marinated chicken breasts and pork tenderloin and Ball Tips Steaks...Want to send the recipe to my kids as they just love this marinade so they can make it at home...Western Dressing is made by WishBone.
This is a Cuban classic and makes a wonderful marinade for meats and poultry. Traditionally this is made with sour oranges. If those are not available, this version is great! The recipe comes from Beyond Gumbo.
I made this when I was out of Teriyaki sauce when I made Crockpot Orange-Glazed Short Ribs by Dancer^ recipe #73999 and loved the result (besides being a fraction of the cost of the supermarket variety and uses ingredients I always have on hand) and will be using this instead of the supermarket bottled sauce. Recipe source: Mastering Barbeque
Ginger-Scallion Sauce is very popular in Hong Kong, southern China (Cantonese) and New York City. In Vietnam they add some fish sauce to the basic recipe listed below. All three sauces are good as a dipping sauce for White-Chopped or Soy Sauce-Chopped Chicken. Often the chicken is placed on top of a bed of white rice and the sauce poured on top of the chicken; most often the G-S Sauce . Or the sauce is served in a small dish on the side.
A superb sauce with that Middle Eastern flavour from the Tahini. My six sisters-in-law tried to decide what was in the sauce! Hence the name...me being the seventh sister! Delicious in chicken sandwiches, over grilled meats and also as a dip.
I love lemon chicken from Chinese restaurants but don't want to deep fry anything at home. So when I found this yummy sauce recipe I decided it'd be just as good over stir fried chicken breast strips. I've also made this with Splenda instead of sugar with good results.