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    This is Top Secret Recipe's Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com version of Der Wienerschnitzel's Chili Sauce. DW is a chain of fast food hot dog joints.

    Recipe #24941

    This is taken from the "All Ears" section of Food Network magazine. We love corn on the cob and this butter mixtures sounds wonderful.

    Recipe #466035

    Just like the one you'd get on a shrimp, chicken, or beef bowl!!

    Recipe #422110

    This tastes very close to the sauces that Japanese restaurants serve! I found it http://www.japanese-steakhouse-white-sauce.com/ and is the first one that actually resembles the sauce they serve. It is great on top of rice! Thanks White Sauce Guru!

    Recipe #200988

    Super easy parmesan cream sauce that works great with noodles or on top of chicken. I use skim milk to make it a bit nicer on the hips instead of the traditional heavy cream or half and half.

    Recipe #427536

    I found this recipe from a blog called Turmeric and Saffron. It was part of a macaroni tah-dig recipe. I tossed the sauce with fresh pasta instead of preparing a tah-dig.

    Recipe #492575

    I couldn't find exactly what I wanted so I incorporated what I liked from a few recipes!

    Recipe #244885

    Do you have some oranges from your garden that are too bitter to eat? Give this recipe a try. It will make you happy you planted that orange tree even if it refuses to give you sweet oranges. Special Equipment: 10 (8-ounce) canning jars with rings and lids, funnel, tongs, ladle, and 12-quart pot

    Recipe #356268

    52 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Can be served with my Shrimp-Eggplant Beignets or Fried fish. You can toss cooked shrimp in to make a shrimp salad. This is a spicy crunchy sauce. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #87124

    75 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Greek sauce/dip/salad dressing. Serve with vegies,Pitas,or with spicy dishes.

    Recipe #83189

    39 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a quick, easy and virtually foolproof hollandaise sauce. The recipe can be doubled and if there happens to be left overs you can reheat in the microwave.

    Recipe #91452

    This is a recipe I got from my father who got it from a little old lady he knew from Italy. I always simmer this sauce with my meatballs (recipe posted). You can also add sausage if you like. This sauce is to die for!!!!

    Recipe #92096

    35 Reviews |  By Mr-Mom

    So I grew up in Cincinnati. 18 years of Cincy Chili, Ribs, Ice Cream, and, of course, LaRosa's Pizza, whose sauce is flavorful and SWEET. Now that I've been away, I find you can't get any pizza remotely close ANYwhere else. Now this is no copycat recipe, but it captures the spirit of Buddy L's pizza sauce. It complements vegetable toppings as well as meats... My wife and I have not ordered pizza out since this sauce was concocted... I HIGHLY recommend using caetb's pizza dough with this sauce. (Recipe #38512 - the one with the wine...) I put the ingredients in the bread machine and it turns out great every time. I cook the finished pizza between 400 and 425 degrees fahrenheit for 9-12 minutes on a normal cookie sheet, or 11-15 minutes on an "air cookie sheet." (My wife and I prefer the normal cookie sheet, so the crust cooks and the cheese doesn't burn...) I'd love to hear feedback from others, especially misplaced Cincinnati Folks - let me know your thoughts! Mike's Notes: Since I concocted and posted this recipe, I have been back to Cincinnati... Needless to say, when I had the "real thing," I was mildly disappointed! Doh! I'm thinking about decreasing the "sweet" contents by 1/2 tbsp each on the honey and brown sugar - it IS awfully sweet! Okay - enough already - enjoy!

    Recipe #113153

    This pizza sauce is easy to make and tastes better than store-bought.

    Recipe #169388


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