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    I love churrasqueira chicken and have been looking for a recipe to make it myself. I found this on Breakfast Television Toronto's web site. They got the recipe from Roasty Chicken Churrasqueira which is in the town of Maple just north of Toronto. A friend told me that she's used this sauce for fish and shrimp, too. I've tried it on shrimp and it's wonderful. Simply marinate the shrimp for an hour and then drain the shrimp, discard the sauce and grill the shrimp on the barbie.

    Recipe #371075

    Great on smoked salmon, smoked trout, a juicy hamburger or roast beef! I love the Horseradish Dill Sauce from Annie Gunn's (a restaurant here in St. Louis. . .they serve it with their smoked seafood platter), so I made an attempt to recreate it here and it's not bad :)

    Recipe #368431

    I feel aiolis make an excellent compliment to a number of different types of appetizers and entrees. This particular aioli is inspired by the Mediterranean coastal areas of Spain and France, and was a frequent compliment to many foods during my study abroad. I like it on everything from crabcakes, fish, and even sushi to chicken and finger foods. You can put the aioli in a pastry decorating bag to create appealing appetizers and tapas. This particular recipe calls for saffron threads and saffron powder. Saffron is easy to find in most place in the thread form, but the powder can be a little more difficult to locate. If you visit a hispanic market, you can typically purchase enough pouches of saffron powder to last you over time. I use Vigo brand. Also, please consider using Hellman's original mayonnaise when making this recipe - avoid using Kraft, Miracle Whip, and sweet mayonnaises at all costs. If you use a low fat mayo, I also recommend Hellman's. Another tip - when purchasing your saffron (and other spices in general), its often $6-10 US dollars cheaper if you buy it in the hispanic/ethnic section of your grocery store. For instance, Badia Saffron runs about $3 in my grocery store, but the same amount of McCormick Saffron can cost upwards of $10. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #313322

    2 Reviews |  By Zurie

    Tessa Kiros is a delightful cook with a Finnish mother and a Greek-Cypriot father. She grew up in South Africa, inheriting Scandinavian dishes from her mother, Greek food from her father's side, cooked in London, and now lives in Tuscany! This delicious mustard recipe is from her colourful cookbook, "Falling Cloudberries". This will keep for a few weeks in a jar in the fridge, and goes with almost everything: meat sandwiches, roast ham, smoked sausages, gravadlax ...

    Recipe #309035

    This is my favorite dip for artichokes and for grilled cheese sandwiches. You can adjust the amount of Tabasco used and even use another brand of hot sauce.

    Recipe #302547

    This recipe will make a quart of creamy, delicious dressing for your favorite salads and vegetables. Recipe is from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #294627

    I think this was originally a Kraft recipe. This sauce is lovely, it's creamy but with a kick from the curry powder. The sauce also goes well over steamed broccoli as a side to this.

    Recipe #290658

    This sauce is WONDERFUL along side your favorite beef roast, steak or Prime Rib, to dip your meat in!

    Recipe #260661

    Came up with this after searching for a similar sauce. Can be used on just about any white fish (cod, sole, orange roughy, flounder) or even salmon. Try to use fresh ginger as it will really make a difference. If you don't have fresh then ground ginger will suffice.

    Recipe #240801

    This dressing is out of this world!! My husband and I were eating it with a spoon, dipping bread in it, serving it as a sauce over our chicken - very versatile!! Would be great too served over iceberg lettuce wedges!!

    Recipe #218946

    This is a great tartar sauce to go with fish, seafood, sandwiches or even on baked potatoes. I got the inspiration for it from "The Essential Seafood Cookbook" by Murdoch Books, but I tweaked it a fair bit too! I prefer to use my Recipe #207860, but most whole egg mayos will do the job. You can vary the amounts depending on taste, but it's very hard to mess it up, even when you forget an ingredient or two, as I often do!

    Recipe #210251

    Crisp lettuces like iceberg and romaine are a perfect match for this creamy dressing, and shaved red onion, grape tomatoes, and crumbled bacon make excellent garnishes after the greens have been tossed.

    Recipe #209892

    A zesty twist to traditional pesto - This is an a great sauce to slather over a filet of salmon before baking, or to use for topping seafood with after cooking, tossing with pasta or rice, or pouring over steamed vegetables. It keeps its vivid green color, unlike basil pesto which tends to turn brownish.

    Recipe #207438

    This is an excellent version! There are many reanch dressing recipes here but I couldn't find one exactly like this.

    Recipe #155243

    Soy sauce, sesame oil and rice vinegar make the most wonderful salad dressing with a distinctly Asian flair. Use on any crunchy oriental salad (lettuce, red cabbage, shredded carrots, bean sprouts, radishes, etc.), or any salad period. Particularly tasty on cooked asparagus and spinach too. It's important to use a mild vinegar (such as rice). From an article cut out of the food section of the NY Times.

    Recipe #131649

    I just love the sound of the blend of garlic, cumin and lime with the cilantro in this Cilantro Cream Sauce recipe. When I came across it on the Allrecipes website and read some of the hundred or so rave reviews that had been written, I checked the Zaar recipes, which all sounded quite different again from this one and, I thought, well there are probably some other Zaar members who would also like to try this recipe. Being timid around spicy flavours, I’ll be leaving those out – whereas some chefs will I know be increasing their heat – but the rest of the flavour combinations sound really tempting. I was also struck by the versatility offered by this recipe, something that is also true of the other Zaar recipes for Cilantro Sauce, some of which I’ve saved and will also be trying. I particularly liked the sound of Merlot’s Hazelnut & Cilantro Pasta Sauce #31361. Amy’s Cilantro Cream Sauce can be used as a dip, as a sauce for grilled fish, chicken or steamed vegetables, as a salad dressing, folded through mashed potatoes or as a pasta sauce. Since I haven’t yet made this, I’ve posted it exactly as I found it on the Allrecipes website. Thank you, Amy. Some reviewers had made it with low fat cheese and cream with excellent results, some added chopped green onions and some used fresh garlic instead of garlic powder. I’ll be looking for an alternative to the tomatillo salsa. Any suggestions are most welcome. I’ve estimated the preparation time to be 5-10 minutes.

    Recipe #120856

    Good with just about anything!! I sometimes add a teaspoon of dried herbs to the stock.After you transeferred the onions to the pan..add some stock to the tray, stir to loosen whatever bits are left on the tray and add it whilst making the gravy..it will add color and taste!

    Recipe #111845

    I love this dressing--I could practically eat it with a spoon! Enough said.

    Recipe #105055

    I find this salad dressing works best on stronger-tasting greens, and it is especially nice when you've used green olives in the salad. It keeps well in the refrigerator for several days, and the flavor actually improves the second day.

    Recipe #102099

    An excellent creamy dressing, perfect for a veggie dip or a salad...of coarse all ingredients can be adjusted to suit taste.

    Recipe #80820

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