the secret to this easy hollandaise sauce is in separating the egg yolks. remove all the egg whites, as they can thin the sauce. also, it is best prepared in a double boiler to prevent overheating. serve over cooked asparagus, broccoli, or broiled tomatoe
i love eating ground beef in my spaghetti sauce. here's another recipe i made up, this time with leftovers i had in the fridge and also what i had on hand in the pantry. we were on a tight budget at the time, so i just threw a bunch of stuff together and
i think a fondue is a very romantic casual dinner or wonderful for after the theatre snack served with a robust red wine. for dinner serve with rice & a small salad. almond rice pilaf is a great accompaniment (recipe posted separately ) to cook the meat y
the name says it all...absolute must for all the mushroom lovers out there...smooth as silk gravy!!
after traveling throughout italy, savoring the fine tastes of bolognese from the many different regions, i decided to formulate my own. try it, you'll love it.
i've been making this glaze for years. it has 3 ingredients and can't be any easier to make. you can use coke if you want, but i was told because of the higher content of sugar, that the dr. pepper is best. either way, it is easy & really good!
i really did make up this recipe on my own, with the help of an italian lady through emails. the mingling of the oil/spices is the key. we were really into once a month cooking for awhile and this sauce is/was a hit.
this bbq sauce will stick to your ribs! you can also use it for chicken and pork, heck, just about any meat. if grilling, put sauce on during the last few minutes so it doesn’t just burn on your grill. serve additional sauce on the side.
this tasty low-fat sauce goes great with anything!! from pork chops, to chicken, to pasta, to baked potatoes...it is yummy!! i think i got the basis for this recipe from "light & tasty" magazine and tweaked it a bit here and there.
i can't seem to make enough of this sauce--and i triple the recipe every time. my family uses it on eggs, hash browns, taco's and burritos (of course). so, if you like this type of thing, this is the sauce for you!
this is a good base for pasta or pizza sauce. when thawed, just add garlic, herbs and cheese and away you go. this works just as well with canned tomatoes.
plan ahead this sauce must be prepared and chilled 24 hours in advance, don't make the mistake of adding in more than 1 teaspoon of garlic as it will overpower the sauce!
this recipe is from "bailey's" of boston. long gone ice cream parlor but had great hot fudge sauce!
i found this recipe on youtube......for times when you don't have meat drippings, this makes a nice, smooth gravy without all the "junk" added to jar gravy or gravy mixes. (i like to make the beef gravy, then heat meatballs in it, and add a little sour
update: this recipe was created by todd wilbur for his cookbook "top secret restaurant recipes 2" (penguin random house 2007). www.topsecretrecipes.com. this is a recipee that i found on memmo's kitchen's website. it tastes just like the restaurants.
this sauce is good over veggies or in pasta....my favorite is over a baked potato. you can buy nutritional yeast at most health food stores. full of vit. b and protein!
a healthy, budget-friendly substitute for canned cream soup. takes just minutes to whip up--perfect to use in casseroles or as a base for homemade soups, stews, etc. it's so versatile; use as is, or add celery seed for cream of celery, a jar of mushroom
we were astonished to discover that we could make a dark chocolate sauce in minutes for pennies that matched what we'd received in a $4, 6-ounce gift jar.
so easy to make, only 4 ingredients... it's the super-ultimate party dish! just a few minutes in the microwave with will make everything gooey and hot...so easy to make. this is so simple to put together and so good, and takes less than 10 minutes to thro
this is a barbecue sauce for steak originally from the weber grill folks. brush a little of this on your steak before removing it from the grill and all your guests will wonder what your secret is! we are so addicted we can hardly eat a grilled steak wi
my kc sloppy ribs recipe is posted separately. this is the homemade barbeque sauce to accompany them...or for any grilling as the sauce is versatile and much better than any sauce you'd buy in the grocery store. from "smoke and spice" by cheryl and bill
this is the only barbecue sauce i use for "pulled pork" barbecue. from jeff smith's first cookbook, "the frugal gourmet", 1984 one recipe is enough for about 10 lbs. of meat. it keeps well in a jar in the fridge. if you don't have liquid smoke, try ad
a family staple. i am not sure how the ladies before me (mom, grandma, et cetera...) would feel about me making this recipe public, but the world needs to enjoy this. this marina sauce runs through my blood. this marina sauce is the reason i needed to lea
in nashville whitt's bbq has been voted the best bbq for the last 20 years. they have a unique vinegar sauce that i just love.
great for a meaty, rich dish or just for a change of pace over your other sauce. very simple to make and impresses easily. inspired by a dish at panzano's in denver from their menu in the winter of 06/07.
found this on the 'net somewhere. i just love rhubarb sauces.
this is an easy to make shrimp sauce. it makes about 1 1/2 cups.
my dad came home from work (he was a mechanic w/twa) with this recipe...thus it's name. this is how we've enjoyed spaghetti for over 50 years! this is so easy to make, why bother with store bought? feel free to adjust seasonings to your own tastes.
this is fantastic served with grilled seafood or chicken! plan ahead this needs to chill for 30 minutes before serving, this can be made up to 2 hours in advance, but does not keep well overnight.
this dip is as easy as uno, dos, tres! serve with sturdy tortilla chips. we like tostitos gold.
this is a good sauce for pasta! recipe is from woman's day. plan ahead: use half the sauce for 1 lb pasta, then refrigerate the rest up to 1 week, or freeze.
i got this recipe from my mom (born and raised in vietnam), who was passed this recipe from my grandmother. there are many different ways to make this dipping sauce (nuoc cham), and most recipes differ from family to family. i have yet to find one as go
this was paired with chicken enchiladas in a new cookbook that i have - the best of america's test kitchen 2007. while the enchiladas didn't whet my appetite, the quick sauce caught my eye; namely, no chili powder as an ingredient. looks simple enough fo
i was stretched for time so wanted something easy & fast for dinner this recipe was the result. very tasty. i don't usually buy precooked hamburger but had this one on hand to try and for an emergency it is quite good. i won't even look at what prservati
serve this with 1900 park fare bread pudding.
from an index card in a recipe box i bought at a garage sale in 1960. the recipe uses canned tomatoes but i have also used fresh tomatoes with great results too. substitute olive or vegetable oil for the bacon grease if you like but the taste won't be qui
from american heart association healthy recipes booklet. a cake that smells like a pineapple upside down cake but without all the fat and calories. the sauce really adds a lot to the cake but is optional if you just want a low-key dessert.
we really like these for basting chicken, or dipping chicken strips.
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right out of the garden goods to make a yummy spicy salsa.using really hot chilies. but skip them if you want it calm.garden fresh zucchini, tomatoes and onions with fresh herbs. do use a food processor for chopping your veggies to save on time.
this sauce is packed with pizza flavor and requires no cooking! done in 2 minutes, although it's recommended to let sit for a few hours to allow the flavors to meld.
we have an abundance of peppers (of all sorts) growing wonderfully in our garden, so i came up with this wonderful medium heat level sauce (adjustable) that went great as an accompiment with our broiled cod fish fillets. use it for any recipe calling for
this is a wonderful condiment brushed on ribs or chicken or pork chops during grilling, or dress up a can of baked beans by adding 1/2 cup, and you can also serve it at the table in a squeeze bottle at room temperature. this is our own wet sauce and is gr
adapted from barbecue usa. the soy and vinegar sauce is traditionally served with chicken and pork, the coconut sauce with seafood and poultry, and the lemon sauce with fish. note on the yield: the coconut and lemon sauces each make 1 1/2 cups; the soy
our friend's mom made this for us at a halloween party back when we used to be vegetarians. serve it hot as a chili and garnish with cheese, diced onions, sour cream, etc. with tortilla chips, or serve cold as a quick salsa. so easy and tasty, too.
when i was first married a neighbor gave me this recipe for my first dinner party. i was afraid to tackle a "real" hollandaise sauce and this was perfect. i still use it today.
this tangy sauce is wonderful over grilled salmon.
a faster way to put delicious, saucy meatloaf on your dinner table.
this is so fast and easy. i double the recipe and freeze in 2 serving size containers. it warms up great in the microwave or on the stove. hope you enjoys it.
this is my original pasta sauce. it's different than those that are simmered all day, but it's better than jarred sauce, and it's quick. you can also play around with the seasonings to suit your own taste. do not - please - cut the amount of olive oil. tr
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