Condiments and Sauces
Middle Eastern (2)
This savory-sweet English-style chutney goes well with lamb roasts or braised lamb shanks.
Umami, a savory taste associated with foods like aged cheese and mushrooms, is the signature flavor of this delicious condiment, which is served at the LA restaurant Umami Burger.
Sweetened with brown sugar, this homemade condiment pairs well with everything from french fries to meat loaf.
This rich, brightly colored gravy is a delicious alternative to the more widely known white sausage gravy.
This condiment pairs beautifully with buckwheat crępes.
The best Schnell-Imbisse (fast-food stalls) make their own currywurst sauce, essentially a curry powder–flavored ketchup.
This dark, almost chocolatey salsa would make a great accompaniment for seared steak or grilled pork chops.
Avgholimono (or avgolemono) is often a soup but may also be a sauce, as it is here.
Author Robb Walsh recommends adding "meat juices and cut-up scraps of meat left over from carving" to this sauce before serving.
This sauce is tarter when made with tomatillos.
When serving meat, fish, or poultry with this sauce, reserve cooking juices and add them with the cream to thin the sauce and give it a richer flavor.
This relish makes an intriguing complement to fish or game.
This is a version of the sauce Rao’s restaurant in New York now sells nationwide.
This tangy, spicy mayonnaise can be found on restaurant tables all over Veracruz, Mexico.
Dark, hot, and smoky, this salsa gets its flavor—and its heat—from chipotle peppers.
We like to eat this "roasted" tomato salsa with tortilla chips.
Gently browned cipollini onions add an unexpected hint of caramel sweetness to hummus, deepening its earthy flavors.
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For Spinach Tiger, the combination of zucchini and garlic scapes is the perfect pairing. Her versatile recipe lends itself to everything from a pasta sauce to a soup; no matter what you create, it will be delicious. Continue...
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Source: Spinach Tiger