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Nice with calamari, bread, pasta or most anything. From Coastal Living. This is just a few ingredients, however it generates a rich complex flavor.

Recipe #452050

I did this in Austin years ago

Recipe #452096

From 1978 Creative Yogurt Cooking

Recipe #452133

From 1978 Creative Yogurt Cooking.

Recipe #452135

Part of a shrimp recipe from Sunkist. Would be great over most any fish, veggie or eggs Benedict...anywhere you might use hollandaise sauce

Recipe #452197

Use only Granny Smith apples or a similar firm apple, this is a fantastic cranberry sauce recipe, and one that you will be making all time once you taste it! If you prefer a less sweeter sauce then reduce the sugar by a couple of tablespoons. If you don't have a cinnamon stick just add in a pinch of cinnamon powder, or omit the cinnamon completely. Plan ahead the sauce needs to chill for a minimum of 3 hours before using.

Recipe #143185

1 Reviews |  By Derf

Nice change from the usual cranberry orange sauce, a bit more tart to taste and goes great with chicken and turkey.

Recipe #101799

If you have ever had the ginger sauce at Kobes Japanese Steakhouse, this is the duplicate. It's wonderful for dipping shrimp, or over Easy Sticky Rice. My grandchildren dip anything in this sauce! A food processor or a great blender, and a scale are needed for this recipe. This is best made a day in advance.

Recipe #216018

This goes back a long time, and I still make it to serve with a turkey dinner. It is one of my favorite cranberry recipes, and is always enjoyed by everyone. Serve this at your holiday dinner table and you will receive rave reviews! You can make this up to a week in advance.... this has the perfect balance of sweet and tart with the the right texture! No need to double the recipe this makes close to 6 cups, plan ahead the sauce needs to chill for 24 hours before using and you may omit the walnuts if desired

Recipe #145383

4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

This is similar to the orange type of sweet/hot sauce with flecks of hot pepper in it used in many Asian dishes and sometimes as a condiment or dipping sauce. Cheaper than buying retail (a major brand is Mae Ploy) and tastes just as good.

Recipe #81949

The paste is the key to a good Thai curry. It is easy to make and brings a depth of flavour and fragrance to the finished dish. This will keep for up to 1 week in the fridge in an airtight container. To freeze, divide into batches in small freezer bags and freeze for up to 3 months.

Recipe #247274

Use this sauce to complement enchiladas, fish, chicken, or roasted pork. It turns a plain dish into something special!

Recipe #347468

A spicy pineapple sauce that is a great condiment with baked ham. You can also add brown sugar and use it as a glaze when baking the ham. Another Rachel Ray favourite.

Recipe #164015

After many years of searching for and trying many, many other recipes, this remains my favorite spicy peanut sauce. My favorite way to serve it is as a dipping sauce for long, fresh green beans, an idea I picked up from a caterer in Gainesville, FL (if I could remember her name, I'd give her credit). Many years ago, I had an edition of MasterCook recipe management software. As technology changed, my software became out-of-date and unusable, but I didn't replace it because I saw the benefit of web-based software such as RecipeZaar (why try to manage recipes all by yourself when you can be part of a community and do it together). After years without this recipe (I never could find where I wrote it down or printed it), I tracked it down in Google. I've added it to RecipeZaar to keep for myself and share with others. The recipe is exactly how I found it, including the name, ingredients, directions, and the notes (see below). The only additional notes I would suggest are: add the chili oil one teaspoon at a time, tasting in between, until you reach your desired level of spiciness; and keep the sauce thoroughly chilled or heated, it will separate at room temperature. Enjoy! ORIGINAL NOTES Recipe By: Jo Anne Merrill Use about 1 tablespoon of sauce per serving of chicken or fish. *Cilantro is usually sold in small bunches. You will need only about 1/3 of an average bunch or 2-3 of the stems with leaves attached. It may also be sold as coriander or Chinese parsley.

Recipe #346194

A lovely brick-red chili sauce that tastes good on everything (chicken, beef, turkey, sandwiches made with the above and probably vanilla ice cream). It's fast and easy to make, it's highly adaptable and uses everyday ingredients. I made this one day after marinating a flank steak in a mixture of orange juice and cumin. I poured the marinade into a saucepan and reduced it, and decided to add chili powder for kick. Half a dozen batches later, and I think I have a recipe down. You have to be sure that the sauce is brick red and a bit syrupy. To test this, take a cold spoon and dip it into the sauce. If it drips quickly, it's not ready yet. Feel free to expand the recipe and add other things- this is a speedy recipe that can be made while something else is cooking.

Recipe #315466

23 Reviews |  By Kim D.

This green sauce is popular in many Mexican restaurants around Houston. Ninfa's was one of the first to serve this sauce. The recipe has been printed in the Houston Chronicle several times. I've adapted it slightly. Mama Ninfa Rodriquez Laurenzo opened the original Ninfa's Restaurant on Navigation street in 1973. Her food differed from the usual Tex-Mex restaurants in town. She seemed to achieve fame in the kitchen overnight. Some of her famous guests included George Bush, Michael Douglas, John Travolta, Rock Hudson, and Aerosmith! Mama Ninfa lost her battle with cancer last year, but her much loved Mexican food lives on. The original Ninfa's is still there, and there are several other locations here in Houston as well.

Recipe #34965

I searched through the many peanut dipping sauces on 'Zaar and couldn't find a duplicate of how I make my sauce...So here it is!

Recipe #159823

Plan ahead the chicken needs to marinate for a minimum or 6 hours. There is enough marinade for about 8-10 pieces of chicken or less, but it can be doubled. This is a wonderful marinade for chicken!

Recipe #147644

1 Reviews |  By jo_mama

A delicious simmer sauce that can be used for chicken, seafood, vegetables, and noodles. Adapted from a recipe from Rachel Ray.

Recipe #212235

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