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    This cook yourself thin recipe is better for you than the tradtional sauce. It has only 371 calories per serving

    Recipe #466787

    This is my new favorite stir-fry sauce. I'm putting it up here so I can remember how to make it. If you don't like Chinese Five Spice Powder, you can omit it. Although I thought I didn't like it until I made this. I didn't really measure out 2 1/2 Tbs of sherry and sugar, I just used a shy 1/4 cup.

    Recipe #466705

    Large batch (2 – 3 dinners)

    Recipe #466706

    Spices of the World Cookbook by McCormick. Copyright 1964

    Recipe #451276

    This is a full-flavored rich tomato sauce that benefits with a long slow cooking time, this sauce will take a couple of hours to cook and will only improve in flavor if made 1-3 days ahead and refrigerated, this will give the flavors time to blend and intensify even more, I also want to mention that the sauce will taste totally different after the 2-1/2 hour cooking time, when I make this sauce I use 1/2 cup cream, you will need to adjust the cream until you have reached the desired taste------------- to take this to yet another level 1 pound mild or spicy Italian sausages with casings removed may be added to the sauce, see instructions on the bottom of the recipe --- you will love this sauce! :)

    Recipe #337080

    Finally a sauce you can make at home the tastes just the like the sauce that is served at your favorite Chinese restaurant! --- this is the sauce recipe that goes with my recipe#132546

    Recipe #350238

    This is a wonderful stir-fry sauce that I recently developed, if you don't use all the sauce up at one time it may be refrigerated tightly sealed in a glass bottle for another time just make certain to shake it up really well before using as the cornstarch settles to the bottom, I have left the chili sauce as optional if you like some heat then add it it, this is a fairly thick sauce, for a thinner sauce you may reduce the amount of cornstarch slightly --- don't omit the sesame oil it is what makes this sauce, and if you don't have any run out and get some you will never cook Asian again without it!

    Recipe #354876

    I tore this out of a magazine and am storing here for safe keeping...You know, for that Monday I start my diet!!

    Recipe #206995

    This is a simple and sweet marinara sauce modeled after my grandmother's recipe. An elegant yet easy dish. This is my first recipe, hope you like it! Also good with fresh basil, oregano, and home grown garden tomatoes.

    Recipe #466483

    I found this recipe somewhere on the internet and it sounded good. I haven't made it yet but I thought I'd share it. =) The rich texture of pumpkin makes a great alternative to tomato sauce, served over whole wheat or gluten free pasta for a main dish.

    Recipe #466212

    1 Reviews |  By Ackman

    Use in place of tartar sauce. Especially good with fried catfish or deep-fried green beans.

    Recipe #458602

    This recipe was one I threw together on the fly one night when I was making turkey clubs. It's delicious and far healthier than mayo. Goes excellent on sandwiches or can be used as a dip for chips or veggies.

    Recipe #466183

    I like to prepare this the night before and then refrigerate overnight. It gives more time for the flavors to blend. If you don't have that much time, you can just put it straight into the crock pot. This makes enough sauce for 1 lb of pasta.

    Recipe #466354

    From The Cranberry Connection cookbook by Beatrice Ross Buszek, compiled at the Cranberry Cottage in Granville Centre, Nova Scotia. Haven't made it yet but sounds good.

    Recipe #196816

    This one comes from "Texas Home Cooking" and I wanted to be sure and save.

    Recipe #336862

    Nathaniel Gubbins, a great English gourmet, invented many spicy sauces, of which this is one of the most delicious.

    Recipe #18283

    Perfect Garlic Butter dipping sauce or as a gravy. Delicious! This is adapted from a more complicated sauce by Chef Emeril Lagasse.

    Recipe #197560

    This is how my mom makes BBQ chicken. and i think its the best way to cook chicken. mmmm.... my mouth is watering just thinking about it. you can use this marinade for any cut of chicken. works wonders on chicken kebabs.

    Recipe #349478

    I use this for hot wings, chicken breast, on burgers or what ever else that I feel like having a little spicy. It even makes a great diopping sauce and grilling sauce.

    Recipe #349607

    Using Feta cheese instead of parmesan gives this pesto an extra kick. I love it as a sandwich spread for grilled chicken and roasted red pepper sandwiches.

    Recipe #182676

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