This is a great sauce that we like served with Waffles, Pancakes or French toast, or served over frozen yogurt, pudding or pound cake. Great on ice cream too!
Adapted from California Strawberries.
The chimichurri is served & sold at many of the restaurants all over in Miami. It is one of things that caught on - big time. I am one of those people who doesn't like basil so I leave it out of the recipe. Inactive prep time: 2 hours 35 minutes. This recipe courtesy of Emeril Lagasse, 2005. Update 06/26/10 . . . . use less oil - instead of 1 cup bring it down to 1/2 cup and then work from there.
Cauliflower and broccoli never had it so good! --- the amounts stated makes a huge amount if desired the ingredients may be reduced by half --- for cheese sauce with a kick add in some Tabasco or cayenne pepper, of coarse this cheese sauce may be used with just about anything!
This is a sweet and tart condiment that is designed to be savored much like fine caviar. The flavors are so intense that a little goes a long way.
This makes a great "from my kitchen" gift! This recipe can be enjoyed three ways: The delicious aromas produced will overtake any odors while you are cooking the reduction; the recipient of the gift will appreciate the homemade gift; you will be overwhelmed with praise when they taste it!
Serve as an appetizer on a sweet cracker, smoked Gouda or both; slice of apple or pear; peach half or slice of mango.
Serve on lamb chops or London broil.
Don't stop there! There are too many serving possibilities to list.
Serving size is ¼ tsp. Servings per batch: 192
I love Chuy's restaurant, and everything I order, burritos, enchiladas, or chili rellenos, I order with this sauce! I've even covered cheap, frozen burritos with it, and made them (almost) good! This is a copycat recipe, that's really close! Enjoy!
This is a very close reproduction of TGI Friday's Jack Daniels Sauce. When I find a restaurant food item that I particularly like, I try to reproduce it the best that I can, so I can enjoy it at home. A lot of my recipes that I post are of those items. When I make this sauce I make several jars and hot water can them so I can have some at hand. My grand kids love this sauce on hot wings ( I bake the wings and have several types of sauces for them to choose from). This sauce takes some preparation but is well worth it.
This sauce is extremely versatile. It can be used as a dressing, sauce, a spread and a dip. Great on chicken, fish and pork.
This has the essence of guacamole without the avocado. UPDATE: 9/15/2006- Adopted from the Recipezaar account.
This is the recipe to have when your garden is bursting with overripe tomatoes. It is adapted from the Frugal Gourmet's Italian cookbook, but we won't talk about him now, will we?! I like this recipe when I don't feel like I could possibly peel or seed one more tomato - everything gets used but the cores! Freezes well.
Quite a while back, I was visiting my friend Katy, and started flipping through pages of her Kenmore microwave book. At that time I was "playing" with all kinds of Chinese recipes, so I copied this recipe for hoisin sauce. I've had a request to post it here on Zaar.
This is just a little recipe off the side of a box of silken tofu (Mori-Nu). I didn't care for the entire recipe, which involved broiling the tofu...far too much effort to put the oven on when you're planning to stir fry. What I did like about the recipe was the sauce - quick and simple for those days when you don't have time to mess around with too many ingredients, but still don't want to open up a packaged sauce. You can thicken up the sauce if you choose, or add some heat if that's what you're going for. As this has honey I can't say it's vegan, however I think you could sub agave or some other sweetener quite nicely (brown rice syrup??). Let me know if you try that. The original recipe said it was enough for 4, but if I was making it for 4 adults I would probably double it which is why I said it serves 3. Enjoy!