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    60 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    I love the pinkish red sweet and sour sauce that is served in Chinese restaurants...I have tried dozens of recipes and been disappointed so I made this one by trial and error...this is the closest I have come to getting that flavor.

    Recipe #15996

    A great way to enjoy french dressing without the oil.

    Recipe #124844

    Sweet and a little spicy. Our basic condiment in the house. Very quick and simple to make. Based on the Lemon Grass Restaurant's cookbook "The Best of Vietnamese & Thai Cooking". We always have a jar on hand in the frig. Many different ground chili paste nomenclatures. If unsure, read the ingredients: red chili peppers, salt, vinegar, and sesame oil are basic to all of them. Usually in a clear plastic jar with a green or red plastic lid.

    Recipe #120670

    This is the cut down version of my marinara sauce that I usually make and freeze for the year... If the sauce is too thick for you, add a little tomato juice or water or wine, but be careful not to thin it too much. I personally like a very thick sauce. ALL ITALIAN FOOD FROM SOUTHERN ITALY HAS OREGANO. The one person that disagreed with that in their review does NOT know what they're talking about.

    Recipe #84217

    36 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 is a basic simple marinara but big on flavor, it can be ready in 1 hour or you can cook it longer and even tastes better the next day that is why I strongly suggest to make this sauce 1-3 days ahead and refrigerate as the flavors will blend and intensify ---this freezes well so make a double recipe and freeze a batch for the next meal, you may omit the wine but I strongly suggest to add it in, it really adds flavor to the sauce --- please make certain to purchase only good-quality canned Italian Roma (plum) tomatoes for this it will make a huge difference to the flavor of the sauce --- all ingredients may be adjusted to suit taste, this sauce can also be simmered for a longer time in a crockpot, throw in some fresh mushrooms also if desired --- also see my recipe#71273

    Recipe #136292

    This is the result of years of trying to create the best Caesar dressing in the world & I believe this recipe comes very close. (Bold, don't you think?)

    Recipe #26431

    Chef Greg Ische of the Hotel del Coronado recommends this as a great BBQ basting sauce as well as a dipping sauce.

    Recipe #168473

    A tangy dressing that you only need to use a tiny bit of because it's richly flavored. It's fat free and wonderful! If you must, then you can drizzle a little olive oil into your salad after tossing it with this dressing but, honestly, it doesn't need it to make a delicious salad! Also a yummy dressing for sauteed tofu and vegetables. Enjoy!

    Recipe #23367

    Ranch dressing with a "kick." Good for dipping veggies as well as on salads.

    Recipe #167319

    53 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

    My reverse-engineered recipe for Heinz Chili Sauce.

    Recipe #457947

    My reverse-engineered recipe for Burger King's "Zesty Dipping Sauce", which was once offered with BK onion rings (but is now still available by request only).

    Recipe #411864

    Try it on your falafel, chicken , kabobs , koofta, rice and salad.

    Recipe #322916

    Like the name says, this is a basic, tasty aioli. You can season it up, or leave as is. I like to use the coarse salt, either kosher or sea salt, as it doesn't dissolve as quickly as regular salt. I also add coarse ground black peper, for the same reason.Just makes for a little tastier aioli. Amount is just a guess; mine came out to a little over a cup. Cooking time is the mellowing time.

    Recipe #224260

    Nailed it, finally!!! Fantastic sauce for tempura battered or grilled veggies like beans, asparagus, carrots, anything. I could just guzzle it out of the bowl :) We purchased the mayo at an Asian food store locally along with some fabulous 1 - 1 & 1/2 foot long green beans that we cut into 3 pieces each. Simply divine.

    Recipe #320204

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com OF COURSE it's NOT the real thing....so don't try to review it as if it were. Just enjoy it for what it is. If you enjoy it....Great. If not, provide a suggestion as to what I can do to make it better.....My husband will be the first to tell anyone that a copycat recipe isn't quite the same as the real thing. I found this on cdkitchen.com last night & tried it last night. Be sure to let it cool completely. DH said - - "THIS IS IT!"....so, we've thrown away all the store boughten dressings. Montana Heart Song wanted to know if it can be made with splenda & so I tried it & the answer is yes!!! (updated recipe)

    Recipe #157895

    Nearly perfect Copycat of their Honey mustard. The light corn syrup is what makes it. You also can't really make it bad, the first time I made it I put in 1/2 cup of mayo and it still turned out fine! Also if your like me you might not know what "prepared salad mustard" is; Well its just regular yellow mustard.

    Recipe #348805

    Not only on a salad, I am fond of this (at room temperature) on barbecued veggie kebabs.

    Recipe #30470

    A super spicy relish that is good on hot dogs, burgers, sausage, and more. I saw something similar on a TV show and came up with my own version This recipe is SUPPOSED to be super spicy.

    Recipe #389414

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