With the changing of the seasons, we get longer days, warming weather and… sauce?
So much sauce! March is National Sauce Month and we plan to honor the condiments that enhance our lives, and we want to celebrate with you. The definition of ‘sauce’ is a thick liquid served with food, usually savory dishes, to add moistness and flavor. But, we think that sauce is a lot more exciting than that definition leads you to think.
A good sauce, savory, sweet or tangy, can elevate any dish or meal to the next level. It’s a make or break condiment that, in most cases, is the difference between a good meal and a great meal. That’s why we have selected 17 of our best savory and sweet sauce recipes, so that you, too, can celebrate and get a little saucy this March.
Combine your favorite cocktail and appetizer into one mouthwatering bite when you make this perfect-for-steak dipping sauce.
Sure, prime rib is primo and roast beef rocks, but both are better with an easy-to-prepare sauce for dipping. Why wouldn’t you spend five minutes on this horseradish sauce that will leave your guests asking for another dollop?
This versatile sauce makes a delightful dip for fresh-cut veggies, bread or a variety of snack chips. Great for those Big Game watchers who want to snack a little healthier.
The fresh herbs and vegetables create an aroma that will bring the whole family to the dinner table before you even have to ask.
The superstar of this recipe is the sauce, which is inspired by a traditional Thai peanut sauce. This tahini is tangy, tart, nutty and smoky, making it an amazing dip for raw or steamed veggies.
This recipe is exotic, yet still approachable, making for an easy appetizer with bold flavor! Inspired by Gado-Gado, an Indonesian vegetable dish served with a similar sauce, this pairs well with anything.
Gnocchi with Bolognese Sauce takes just a few steps to make, and makes your kitchen smell amazing!
Get a taste of South America without ever leaving home. Your family will marvel at this homemade Chimichurri sauce made with healthy ingredients like parsley, garlic, olive oil, jalapeno & vinegar.
This is a homemade Lemon Sauce prepared with fresh lemon, grated lemon peel, butter, sugar and more. The Raspberry Crepe is an added bonus, but this Lemon Sauce would be great on any dessert.
This dark glossy artisan-style dark chocolate sauce has a rich bittersweet chocolate flavor, velvety smooth texture and tastes wonderful served warm, drizzled over ice cream and desserts.
This tangy, spicy and sweet barbecue sauce combines unexpected flavors such as Dijon mustard, blueberries, cayenne pepper, and fresh jalapeno into one deliciously decadent sauce.
The sauce is sweet with a hint of Cherry Coke, and once it connects with the jalapeño, it sits on the tongue with an exciting contrast of hot and sweet and savory. It goes well with a cold cocktail or even a light beer.
The roast lamb, slow-braised in chicken stock with mirepoix, Madeira, fresh thyme and apricot jam, fills the house with rich aromas in anticipation of a festive dinner.
Tangy-sweet apples and ripe orchard pears are slow-simmered until thick and bubbling-hot. Flavored with apple cider, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, this easy-to-prepare sauce is amazing.
This fresh, colorful Asian vegetable stir-fry features crisp bok choy, snow peas, orange bell pepper and scallions tossed in an aromatic chili orange glaze with ginger and toasted sesame oil.
Balsamic BBQ Sauce is a wonderful barbecue sauce that simmers while you cook your meat of choice. Tangy and a little sweet, easily adaptable, and fun to make on your own.
By combining whiskey, cherry juice, Madagascar vanilla bean, and more, you’ll create a mouthwatering cream sauce that’s the perfect complement to your bread pudding.
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