From Michael Chiarello comes a sweet substitute for traditional steak sauce. Try it on a rib eye, use it to marinate flank steak, or mix it into ground beef for burgers. Prep time does not include overnight in fridge.
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.
Don't know if it's 'correct' or authentic but it's good. Hubby had me make a batch to can. Of course, you can add as much or little chipotle as your palate desires. Next time, I plan to use prepared chili sauce instead of the ketchup.
This pizza sauce recipe was given to me as a wedding present, written on the inside cover of a pizza cookbook. It is thick, saucy, spicy and delicious. I'll never use anything else on my homemade pizzas. I like to double or triple it and put it in Ziploc bags in my freezer.
This wonderful sauce is great with pork chops, chicken, ham, or kielbasa. This can even be used with pretzels as a Dip--YUM! My favorite way of using this is to steam some baby carrots, let them cool to room temp, and dunk them right in! *So good!* There is no cooking to this at all!
Tangy and sweet, this sauce is a great compliment for grilled chicken or ribs.
The longer you let it simmer, the spicier it will taste. The trick to this sauce is to start with the basic ingredients and then gradually add more of your favorite spice until you reach YOUR desired taste. I like it spicy but you might prefer it sweet. Be careful with the orange zest because it will overwhelm the other flavors if you use to much.
Your guests will love this incredible and easy to prepare cocktail sauce. It is mild in character but you can bump it up with the Tabasco if you wish, or, simply make up two separate batches -- "one hot, one not." The Creole mustard is the key ingredient so don't skip it!
Great for when you need a quick gravy and don't have any drippings.
For thicker gravy just add a bit more bisquick or less broth. You may also use your own favorite seasoning in place of the poultry seasoning. Sometimes I use onion powder. Add some gravy browner for color if you want, too.