Other Fun Sauce And Condiment Recipes (cont'd)

Controlled Burn Hot Sauce Recipe
There are a gazillion hot pepper sauces on the market but here's a recipe for a signature hot pepper sauce you can easily make at home. Focused on flavor first, our controlled burn hot sauce is infinitely more complex than most sauces and has just the right amount of heat to amp up foods without overpowering them. read more
Mustard BBQ sauce
In South Carolina BBQ sauces feature mustard. Here's a recipe that amps up the flavor with herbs. This sauce is fine for ribs but it is especially good on pulled pork, pork chops, baked potatoes, pretzels, hot dogs, and so much more. Make a batch and keep it on hand for whenever you need mustard including recipes. read more
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
Giant Ketchup Bottle
Why rely on sub-par store bought bottled ketchup when you can impress your BBQ and grilling guests with your own homemade version (a.k.a. zombie blood). This ketchup recipe is made by reducing ripe tomatoes to a thick paste, and adding vinegar, sweetener, herbs, and spices until it is thick, rich, and oh so flavorful. read more
mayonnaise with a kick
Mayonnaise is a blank canvas and this recipe for homemade mayo with mojo is the perfect base for making your own signature masterpiece. Once created, you can use your mayo to coat grilled fish, chicken breasts, pork loins, lobster, shrimp, zucchini planks, potato slices, garlic bread, and so much more. read more
mustard plants in napa valley
Commercial mustard is cheap and plentiful, but it can also lack flavor and depth. Here is the recipe for a winning basic Ballpark mustard that can be customized for your individual tastes by adding other spices, sweeteners, herbs, and flavorings. Serve it at your next cookout and you're sure to receive rave reviews. 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
smoked salmon with horseradish cream sauce
This creamy mild horsey sauce is great on smoked salmon, baked potatoes, and roast beef sandwiches. We also love it as a dip for chips or carrots. 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
red wine sauce
This is an easy to make classic red wine sauce for red meat, especially filet mignon. read more

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