Frites and Sauces

Belgian frites are crisp, salty, and savory—and even better with an array of tasty sauces. Make perfect frites with our step-by-step guide »

See the Recipe Maura McEvoy
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Bistro Pommes Frites (Bistro French Fries)

The secret to the stellar bistro fries? Duck fat, a superior frying medium that gives the potatoes a deep, meaty flavor.
See the Recipe Todd Coleman

Green Goddess Sauce

This sauce of herbs in a creamy base is great for dipping veggies in. Get the recipe for Green Goddess Sauce »

Roasted Garlic Chipotle Mayonnaise

Roasted Garlic Chipotle Mayonnaise

Soy-Chili Sauce

This classic Asian sauce of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and chili paste goes well with steamed dumplings and fried chicken wings.

Miso-Mustard Butter Sauce

This sauce has an intense umami flavor and a mustardy zing.

Herbed French Fries

Classic double-fried french fries get extra savory flavor from a sprinkling fresh herbs and grated parmesan.
See the Recipe Helen Rosner

Misshapen beets make good ketchup

Beet Ketchup

Lemon Parmesan Dip

Creamy and bright-tasting, lemon parmesan dip makes for an excellent accompaniment to a chip or crudité platter.

Brandy Mayonnaise

This tangy dip, which makes a perfect sauce for steamed crab legs, gets a sweet-and-sour kick from ketchup, brandy, and sour cream.

Diablo Sauce

This complex tomato-based dipping sauce, which makes a lovely accompaniment to steamed crab legs, presumably gets its name from its fiery hue and its mix of serrano peppers and spicy chile powder.