Sauces and Condiments
This meatless gravy gets a kick from a whole lot of freshly ground black pepper. It's perfect for using in a fountain. Serve with biscuits and browned sausage.
A great sweet and savory way to use up any extra cherry tomatoes you might have! Tastes great on crackers with either goat cheese or cream cheese! This makes about a pint and a half of jam when all is said and done.
I love this as a fancy alternative to plain grilled cheese and the aioli is an instant hit. Spread the sauce on top of the bread for a messier fork-needed meal. You'll have enough aioli for a second sandwich; it will harden in the fridge due to the olive oil but softens quickly. It really only lasts a day.
Cranberry sauce is sweetened with honey and pears for a wonderful variation on traditional cranberry sauce that goes well with turkey.
This sauce is a yummy use for rhubarb.
This tahini sauce is a delicious dressing for gyros or falafel patties.
This garlic mayonnaise is perfect for everything you can think of--especially hamburgers and chicken salad.
Use your Instant Pot® to make this creamy cheese sauce. This sauce may be used for mac and cheese as a veggie topper or as a base for queso when mixed with your favorite salsa.
This is a recipe devised to use a bounty of habaneros grown by my uncle and given to me. I mixed and matched pieces from recipes found on the internet to come up with one that has these beautiful colors flavors and texture. I love to serve this on top of a softened block of cream cheese with butter crackers as an appetizer. It's also a great marinade/glaze (when mixed with a bit of soy sauce) for pork and chicken.
Opinions differ how this jam tastes best. Some members of our family like it as a spread on toast others add it to a bowl of natural yogurt. Both are very tasty.