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    From 365 Great Grilling Recipes. Makes enough marinade for 2 pounds of meat. I made this and froze it in 2 zip lock bags with porkchops. Will update when thawed/cooked.

    Recipe #316431

    5 Reviews |  By KaraRN

    I got this recipe from copykat.com from a reviewer that put in the "real" recipe. According to the reviewer, this is right off of the sauce card. Time is just a guess as I haven't made this.

    Recipe #266970

    5 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This is equally good for red meats and poultry. The quantities given are flexible, but I suggest staying more or less with these ingredients and tasting! Yes, we like our spices, and yes, it's spicy, tangy and tasty!! Pour into a glass jar with a screwtop -- lasts forever in the fridge! Don't salt your meat before grilling; there is salt in this sauce. Baste meat with a brush as you grill it and when you turn it over. Can be used as a marinade for red meats like steaks. "Hakuna Matata" means "No Problem!" in Swahili ...

    Recipe #248887

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is so Rich and Fresh, Very Intense and Easy to make so forget the bottled clam juice or fish stock. This stock is made from the basics so do save and freeze your "scraps" (onion skins, garlic skins and roots, carrots, bell pepper, celery ends, scallion ends, fresh herb stems, onion roots, asparagus bottom trimmings, etc. and of course shrimp shells. Use in anything that calls for seafood stock or clam juice or to make rice, fish stews, gumbo and jambalaya's. It's a shame to discard all the goodness and it is so expensive that it would be a sin to buy. Because it cost you almost NOTHING! Just pennies! So never discard a shell, just freeze and then make rich yummy stock. You can reduce this shrimp stock for more intense flavor.

    Recipe #247957

    I developed this for a local contest and won! The roasting of the garlic and pine nuts is what does it. It makes a nuttier, mellow pesto without the raw garlic taste. My daughter and her friends like this better, too ....of course they're all kindergarten... :) but our friends from Italy approve too. (And dang, they are picky! But I love cooking for them :) Blanching the basil is optional, but recommended if you want to keep it for a bit or freeze it. (Mmmm....taste of summer in the dead of January....) I like to use this for chicken and pasta and maybe some pesto bread the next day, stirred into risotto,....you know the possibilities are endless!

    Recipe #242383

    You know that wonderful addition to your roast beef Arbys offers? Yeah, this is it. Todd Wilbur- TSR

    Recipe #220893

    I'm posting this because my mom found a recipe for enchiladas on this site and could not find adobo seasoning in the market. She found a jar of adobo similar to mole but it would have turned her enchiladas verdes into enchiladas negros. This is a seasoning mix I found on the web from The Daisy Cooks show on PBS.

    Recipe #211317

    A local show recently had a chef on from TGIF's and he gave the following recipe for the glaze/sauce. Courtesy of TGI Friday's, Inc

    Recipe #179488

    3 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This simple sauce is great with ham. Measure and nuke and you're done.

    Recipe #178153

    1 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe caught my attention as it was quite different than what I am accustomed to. This is a great way to use some fresh garden vegetables and to add variety to your diet. The recipe is from Planking Secrets by Ron Shewchuk.

    Recipe #176085

    We like this dipping sauce with grilled beef or chicken. I'm thinking it would also be good as a dip for grilled shrimp.

    Recipe #171098

    Our family favourite guac. Makes a small batch for 2 - if doubling use 2-3 avocados and double all other ingredients. Serve with taco chips or on 1/4" slices of jicama for a great appetizer.

    Recipe #167388

    This recipe is taken from "New World Kitchen" by Norman Van Aken. If you are going to try at least one chutney recipe, I strongly suggest that this be the one, this chutney is wonderful and will keep covered in the refrigerator for about 6 weeks, trust me it won't last a week lol! I purchase my allspice berries in a bulk spice store. This is so good served with chicken or pork!

    Recipe #163225

    Great served with focaccia or crusty bread! Try this with chicken salad or fish! Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens magazine.

    Recipe #159861

    This is a thick and creamy Alfredo sauce.

    Recipe #157211

    This is a simple, versatile tapenade. It is best on warm focaccia or toasted slices of baguette, spread in a very thin layer. It is also terrific on sandwiches. Spread it on the inside of the bread before you make a grilled cheese (best w/cheddar) or a fresh mozzarella and tomato sandwich. It's also a good dip for baby carrots or just about anything else. I've used leftover tapenade as a sauce on pasta, as well. It's very rich and flavorful. This recipe keeps well and is a favorite at parties.

    Recipe #156988

    This dressing goes with my recipe #211266 You may double this recipe if desired. Plan ahead this needs to chill for a minimum of 2 hours before using. This is very good!

    Recipe #154351

    A few years ago I was looking through a mini Kraft cookbook and came across this recipe - everytime I make it I'm asked for the recipe! It is refreshing and very tasty. It's excellent with corn chips, but I think it would go nicely on some grilled chicken or fish, too.

    Recipe #151289

    I doubled the recipe and baked my chicken pieces in it browning the chicken pieces first, I added in 1 tablespoon chili powder and some cayenne pepper, for a sweeter sauce add in more brown sugar to taste, if you like a thick sauce then mix in a little water mixed with cornstarch towards then end of cooking then simmer for a couple minutes to thicken.

    Recipe #146639

    One of the best recipes for peanut sauce I have tried! This goes great with grilled meats, especially on grilled chicken skewers, on noodles, even used as a salad dressing for spinach salad!. You won't be able to keep your spoon out of the jar, it is that good LOL! This peanut sauce is of a thinner consistency, if you want a thicker sauce, then add in more peanut butter and reduce the water just slightly. This can be made up to 3 days in advance. Kikkoman Thai-Style chili sauce can be found in any Asian section of major grocery stores, I purchase mine at Safeway stores in the Asian section, but you can use any brand of Thai chili sauce for this. You can use about 1/2 - 1 teaspoon (or to taste) red pepper flakes in place of the chili sauce. This recipe may be cut in half to make 2 cups.

    Recipe #143558

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