Other Fun Sauce And Condiment 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.

If made properly, harissa is a very deep, rich, complex paste, much more interesting than any bottled hot sauce. You can buy it, but it is easy to make with this recipe. Use it on everything from fajitas to stews, soups, couscous, fish, and meats. It's great mixed in to mayonnaise, ketchup, and BBQ sauce. read more
Skip the store bought salsa and opt for these two flavorful home made Mexican salsas: Pico de Gallo and a Grilled Salsa Roja. Known in the US as tomato salsa, salsa roja is an important building block in Mexican cuisine. Fresh quality ingredients are essential, especially fresh tomatoes, when making salsa at home. read more
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
Pesto is one of the world's great and most versatile sauces, and this tested recipe is sure to become your new favorite. Pesto is a classic on pasta, but it also makes a superb when tossed with potatoes, spread on crostini, tossed with grilled shrimp, blended with butter for steaks, and so much more. read more
Biscuits and gravy with crumbled sausage swimming in it are a breakfast staple all over the American Southeast. The gravy is a form of Bechamel Sauce, one of the classic French Mother Sauces. It is also called sawmill gravy, white gravy, cream gravy, or poor-do. read more
Greek Tzatziki sauce is made from Greek yogurt, cucumbers, garlic, olive oil, salt, fresh herbs, and typically an acidic element like vinegar or lemon juice. It is served cold as an accompaniment to grilled meats or as a dip for fresh veggies. It is an essential element for Greek gyros. read more
Ham and Redeye Gravy is a hearty Southern breakfast traditionally made in a cast iron pan designed to charge Mom and Dad for a hard day of work. Ham and coffee are the core ingredients, but there are variations on the theme. read more
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
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
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

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