The name pretty much gives away the recipe, but this is the my favorite way to eat fresh crab (and most other seafood). Be sure to have crusty french bread on hand to soak up the excess. Adjust amounts to your taste.
This is the sauce from my Reggae Wraps recipe. After several people asked me to post it separately I gave in. This sauce is great on just about anything but shoe leather! WONDERFUL on ASIAN cuisine, INDIAN dishes, just about anything that is grilled or spicy! Try this on tacos, burritos, grilled meats, seafood or veggies. Hope you enjoy it.
Without the fat. From a recipe on A La Carte.
Note again zaar wants at least 2 ingredients. Drink the wine, reduce the vinegar, wine is optional.. hick. Why I posted this? The one I found required butter. You don't need it.
If you love Asian peanut sauce, but want to cut down on calories, this recipe will do that. It's good as a dipping sauce for satays, or as a sauce over cold Asian noodles. I found this in the Weight Watchers Vegetarian cookbook.
Dipping warm, crusty breads in olive oil and balsamic is big thing in California. Here is a great recipe for a dip to keep on hand. Stored in an airtight container and refrigerated, this mixture should last at least 6 months. I like to add crushed red pepper flakes to spice things up!
I haven't purchased tartar sauce in many years. We do not like any hint of sweetness, preferring the combination of dill pickle, lemon, onion and Worcestershire to flavor the sauce. This will keep a long time in the refrigerator.
Note to World Tour participants - this recipe is included in the British category. Similar sauce recipes (making the mayonnaise from scratch, of course) go back to Medieval times, and have been found in British books as early as 1685. It's also wonderful served with fish and chips, if you aren't very fond of malt vinegar.
This recipe was given to me in Japan by Okumurasan. I don't know where to find sake or mirin here (maybe an asian market?) Okumurasan told me to just use 4 tsp sugar instead, however it won't taste quite the same.
Sake and Mirin are both Japanese wines, and they add a distinct, sweet taste to the sauce.
I don't know if you have ever been to Chicago, but should you go, have a bite of heaven and come to the Fairmont Hotel's Aria restaurant. It's expensive, but it's the best dinner you'll ever have. After I noticed the lack of seasoning mixes here, I figured I'd share this spice mix. It's for beef roasts, brisket, even steaks! I broke it down to teaspoons (originally the measurements were in cups) Enjoy!
So simple, all ingredients placed in a blender. No vinegar or lime juice! Received recipe from a Mexican friend who successfully sold this salsa in jugs. Great & inexpensive to bring to a party! FYI: Costco sells a huge bag of tortilla chips for $3.
I've been adding a little more than 1/4 tspn of minced garlic
This is a wonderful lemon-flavored pesto. This was my first taste of pesto and I've never gone back!
Update as of 2/13/04
I'm glad that you all like this. I freeze this now and keep it on hand for my spaghetti sauce or others sauces. It freezes great!