Other Fun Sauce Recipes

Believe it or not, there are sauces other than barbecue sauce! When someone says "sauce" what came to mind? If it's not barbecue sauce then these recipes are for you. These sauces often don't have anything to do with barbecue but they can take your beef, pork, chicken and fish to the next level.Try one and you may never go back.

Chicken in mumbo sauce
Theresa Varga wrote "The Italians may have their marinara and the French their bearnaise, but for many DC natives, the sauce that captures the flavor of home is called Mumbo. Mumbo Sauce is unique to Washington, DC, and is used on everything from fried chicken to Chinese food to barbecue. read more
cascabel
Packed full of rich flavors, this recipe for Mexican mole sauce can be spooned over foods or even used as a simmering sauce. While there are countless variations of mole sauce containing a variety of chiles, nuts, and other ingredients, this is a well rounded version that is sure to become one of your go-to sauces. read more
board dressing
A fresh and bright board sauce recipe is a great way to add an additional depth of flavor to grilled steak. A technique that was created by Chef Adam Perry Lang, board dressings feature fresh herbs and olive oil that are painted on the cutting board, allowing the flavors to meld with the meat's juices as it's sliced. read more
Brigit Binns
Say so long to the thick brown steak sauce found at your local grocer and hello to a more flavorful homemade version. Created by cookbook author Brigit Binns, this is the real deal, providing a far deeper, richer, more complex, and bright alternative to A-1 and others. Try it on burgers, meatloaf, and so much more. read more
Chimichurri
Our mouthwatering chimichurri sauce recipe is the perfect way to liven up grilled beef, chicken, fish, and more. In addition to the traditional Argentinian combination of fresh parsley, olive oil, garlic, and salt, our recipe takes it over the top with the addition of bright and lively lemon juice. read more
big mac
McDonald's is famous for it's Big Mac but now you can replicate it at home thanks to this recipe for the chain's signature "secret sauce". Created through much trial and error, this relatively simple seven ingredient sauce comes amazingly close to the original McDonald's secret Big Mac sauce. read more
chicken piccata
Piccata is a classic Italian restaurant dish traditionally made with pricey veal. But many chefs have adapted it easily to chicken breasts or pork chops. This simple, yet full flavored, recipe for piccata sauce is perfect for taking virtually any grilled meat over the top at your next dinner party or backyard cookout. read more
romesco sauce
Romesco sauce is a classic dipping and finishing sauce from Spain made from sweet red peppers, nuts, and olive oil. This flavorful romesco sauce recipe is so versatile that it can be used on countless dishes including grilled broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, chicken, beef, fish, and even snails. read more
Charred Peppers
This Louisiana BBQ sauce recipe is spicy and sweet with Chipotle Tabasco, roasted jalapenos, red peppers, and Steen's Cane Syrup. Referred to as Bayou Bite, this delicious sauce blends sweet and hot peppers for a mildly spicy finishing and dipping sauce for ribs, chicken, steaks, chops and so much more. read more
tomatoes
Take your pasta dishes over the top with this incredibly rich and deeply smoky grilled marinara sauce recipe. Marinara sauce is the classic Italian tomato sauce from Naples but you can amplify the flavors by grilling the tomatoes and other fresh ingredients. The end result is something that is truly special. read more

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