From spicy sauces and seasonings to sweet, succulent fruit sauces, we offer a nice variety of healthy sauce and seasoning recipes.
Trimming Tip: Thicken your cream sauce with 1 percent milk and corn starch instead of a roux of butter and flour.
A rub is a dry marinade that you sprinkle or pat onto meat before you cook it. Rubs can contain just about anything, and they usually include some salt and sugar. You leave them on for a few minutes before you cook or as long as overnight. As meat cooks, the heat pulls open its pores, and the flavors of the rub seep right in. Rubs help produce bark, a crisp and flavorful crust that also helps hold in meat's moisture.
Spice things up with our sauces and seasonings!
- Slow-Cooked Cinnamon Applesauce
- Palomino Cranberry Sauce
- Brandy Peppercorn Sauce
- Red Pepper Sauce
- Classic Cocktail Sauce
- Garlic and Onion Tomato Sauce
- Michigan Sauce
- Worcestershire Sauce
- Chili Sauce
- Der Weinerschnitzel's Chili Sauce
- Easy Enchilada Sauce
- Tiger Sauce
- Mole Sauce
- Pear-Mustard Sauce
- Strawberry Herb Sauce & Simple Strawberry Sauce
- Fruit Sauce
- Hot Butterscotch Sauce
- Berry Berry Sauce
- Banana Rum Sauce
- Rich Island Chocolate Sauce
- Old Fashioned Chocolate Sauce & Mexican Chocolate Sauce
Seasonings & Rubs
- Sauce It: Mix plain yogurt with spicy mustard or chili sauce, to taste, for shrimp dip or as a great topping for roasted chicken or fish.
- If you like your spaghetti sauce a little sweeter, try adding 1-tablespoon of grape jam to your favorite sauce.
- Make an excellent barbecue sauce by mixing your favorite ketchup with Coca Cola. Brush the mixture on chicken or ribs while grilling.
- Give store-bought barbecue sauce a Cajun bite by adding a tablespoon of dissolved coffee instant coffee to the sauce.
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