This garlic mayonnaise sauce is excellent with crab cakes, or use it on your favorite sandwich.
Apple and garlic meld well together in this sweet and spicy sauce. This is an excellent recipe for a dipping sauce for savory empanadas.
Dip your shrimp in spicy deliciousness with this cocktail sauce made for horseradish lovers. The brown sugar adds a touch of sweetness.
Tahini is very to make, requires only a couple ingredients and is a great addition to many foods.
This made me wonder why I ever used to buy hummus in the store. This hummus recipe can be whipped up in no time. Serve it with pita chips or crudites.
Pili-pili sauce is a favorite hot and spicy African condiment. Pili-pili translates to pepper-pepper. The Easy Pili-Pili Hot Sauce Recipe is simple to prepare and requires no cooking. Serve pili-pili sauce with just about everything!
In The Magicians, Eliot was preparing an Amatriciana sauce and pasta when Quentin and Alice finally broke into the physcial kids’ bungalow. He added to the sauce some of the red wine he was drinking and some cream. Eliot said “I think if I weren’t a magician, I’d be a chef. It’s just such a relief after all that invisible, intangible b…s…, don’t you think?”
Amatriciana sauce is an Italian tomato sauce made with pancetta and a red pepper kick. It is typically served over bucatini, a hollow spaghetti-type pasta, but fettuccine works as well.
This is my favorite spicy chunky pizza sauce. If you prefer a smoother pizza sauce, pulse the diced tomatoes a few times in a food processor before preparing the sauce.
Pesto is very easy to make at home. Once you have tasted fresh pesto, you won’t ever want to go back to packaged.
This cream honey mustard is a tasty dipping sauce for pigs in the blanket and chicken nuggets.
This is a great dipping sauce that combines hot & spicy and sweet & sour. It was a favorite among my book club party guests.
Hummus is a delicious appetizer or sandwich spread. This recipe has jalapenos for a little kick and lemon for a refreshing flavor. Roasted pine nuts are added for additional crunch.
A melding of sweet and sour flavors makes this one of my favorite dressings.
This flavorful dipping sauce is made with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, Italian seasoning and parmesan cheese.
This delicious peanut sauce recipe goes well with just about any Asian dish or side.
This Raspberry Vinaigrette recipe can be drizzled over any salad for a light sweet alternative to creamy dressings.
This delicious spicy appetizer made from red peppers and pomegranate molasses is from Aleppo, Syria.
This hearty spaghetti sauce is super easy to prepare and is so much better than jarred spaghetti sauce.
This Sweet and Sour Dressing goes great over a Chinese Cabbage Salad with toasted slivered almonds and ramen noodles.
This tartar sauce recipe has lots of yummy dill relish (I actually add more than I listed, but I am fanatical about the pickle). If you aren’t a big fan of pickles you can decrease the amount of dill relish and will still have a tasty tartar sauce.