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Sauces, Condiments, and Preservation

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  • Red sauces—a simple idea with world-wide appeal. Each culture uses the produce of their garden to craft a condiment to accompany the foods they love. Let’s explore the origins of ten of these sauces and learn how to make them.

    Exploring Sauces: The 10 Red Sauces of World Cuisine

    Exploring Sauces: The 10 Red Sauces of World Cuisine

    by Linda Lum23

  • Quinces are a delicious but under-used fruit. Somewhere between an apple and a pear, they are too hard to be eaten raw, but they make a delicious jelly that's perfect for a Christmas breakfast or an awesome homemade holiday gift!

    Christmas-Spiced Quince Jelly Recipe

    Christmas-Spiced Quince Jelly Recipe

    by Sarah2

  • Chili oil is a popular condiment commonly used in Asian countries. Some places add a twist on this condiment by adding garlic to it. Learn my version on how to make homemade chili garlic oil.

    How to Make Homemade Chili Garlic Oil

    How to Make Homemade Chili Garlic Oil

    by Travel Chef14

  • Rhubarb is a large-leafed plant with edible stalks that grows like a bad weed anywhere that it gets the opportunity to be planted. It is a very hardy perennial and can be frozen for later use.

    How to Freeze Rhubarb

    How to Freeze Rhubarb

    by Lorelei Cohen186

  • Homemade vinaigrette takes only a few moments, but the flavors are incredible. Bright and fresh, this homemade Greek dressing is a family favorite. Give it a try and see just how easy it is to make homemade Greek vinaigrette for yourself!

    How to Make Greek Dressing From Scratch

    How to Make Greek Dressing From Scratch

    by Jan Charles1

  • A tried and tested green bean chutney recipe that is easy to make and tastes absolutely delicious. This recipe makes great use of the glut of vegetables that occurs at the end of summer.

    Easy Green Bean and Marrow Chutney

    Easy Green Bean and Marrow Chutney

    by poppy mercer3

  • Did you know that corn cob jelly is a thing? And that it tastes like summer in a jar? Actually, it tastes a whole lot like honey. I was able to make three pints of corn cob jelly from four cobs. It was super easy, too. Learn how to make this delicious recipe.

    Summer Corn Cob Jelly Recipe

    Summer Corn Cob Jelly Recipe

    by Shaunta Grimes0

  • Blend fresh basil with olive oil, garlic, pignoli nuts, and parmesan cheese to make a delicious and nutritious basil pesto sauce.

    Homemade Pesto Sauce Recipe

    Homemade Pesto Sauce Recipe

    by Sandi2

  • What started out as a brine for pickled okra ended up as an experiment for pickling some jalapeño peppers from my garden. The outcome was quite successful.

    Pickled Jalapeño Recipe

    Pickled Jalapeño Recipe

    by Char Milbrett4

  • This is a very easy but tasty recipe for pickling fresh jalapeños. They are so succulent that you will be putting them on everything you can—from sandwiches and homemade burgers to salads.

    Easy Pickled Jalapeño Recipe

    Easy Pickled Jalapeño Recipe

    by lemonkerdz6

  • Salsa—not just a Tex-Mex dip. Salsa is a heart-healthy mix of fruits and vegetables with so many flavor combinations. I'll show you how to make a salsa you will love.

    Simple Salsa Recipes

    Simple Salsa Recipes

    by Linda Lum14

  • Carrot chutney is a sweet, tangy, and spicy sauce that you can use as a side dish with rice, flatbread, roti, idli, etc. It's very easy to make; I made it in only about 12 minutes. Try it!

    How to Make Delicious Carrot Chutney

    How to Make Delicious Carrot Chutney

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • This tangy, homemade French dressing recipe is better than any store-bought version. It's also cheaper and healthier, and the ingredients are commonly found in your pantry.

    Homemade, Tangy French Dressing

    Homemade, Tangy French Dressing

    by Linda Rogers25

  • Here is the world's best garlic lover's Caesar salad dressing recipe. Now you can make a delicious Caesar salad that will have everyone asking for more.

    Caesar Salad Dressing

    Caesar Salad Dressing

    by Paul Cronin78

  • Making enchilada sauce at home takes less time than a trip to the store, and the results are so incredible—rich, tangy, smoky deliciousness—that you'll reach for this recipe first, every time!

    Homemade Enchilada Sauce Recipe

    Homemade Enchilada Sauce Recipe

    by Jan Charles1

  • Quick and rustic spaghetti alla puttanesca can transform your weeknight dinner into a mini mental-vacation in Naples! This recipe is perfect for just the family or when hosting guests.

    Invigorating Spaghetti alla Puttanesca With Sausage

    Invigorating Spaghetti alla Puttanesca With Sausage

    by Kim Power Barnes3

  • This tomato-garlic dip or sauce has wonderful taste and herbal flavor. I used tomatoes, onions, garlic, fresh basil, sugar, butter, oil, salt, and dried oregano leaves for making this dip. Try it!

    How to Make Fried Tomato and Garlic Dip or Sauce

    How to Make Fried Tomato and Garlic Dip or Sauce

    by ShailaSheshadri4

  • Never made your own mayonnaise? Well, now is the time to start with this quick and easy recipe. You probably have all the ingredients in your cupboard, so give it a go!

    Homemade Mayonnaise Recipe

    Homemade Mayonnaise Recipe

    by lemonkerdz0

  • This clean-eating homemade cream gravy recipe is super simple to pull together, cheap, and quick, and can be used in so many different ways. You can use it with biscuits for a filling breakfast, as a topping for fried chicken or chicken fried steak, or even on some creamy mashed potatoes.

    Clean-Eating Homemade Cream Gravy Recipe

    Clean-Eating Homemade Cream Gravy Recipe

    by Victoria Van Ness8

  • Blueberry jam is the perfect thing to make in the middle of summer, when the blueberries are at their peak of ripeness. With just a few cups of berries and a little sugar, you'll capture the perfect summertime flavor to enjoy all year-round.

    How to Make the Best Ever Homemade Blueberry Jam

    How to Make the Best Ever Homemade Blueberry Jam

    by Jan Charles0

  • When I decided to attempt making homemade pineapple coconut pancakes, I knew they wouldn't be complete without coconut syrup, but I had no idea where to buy it—so I made my own, and it was delicious!

    Delicious Coconut Syrup Recipe

    Delicious Coconut Syrup Recipe

    by Rebecca Young0

  • Learn how to make a delicious sardine spread to enjoy with your favorite crackers or breads.

    Sardine Spread Recipe

    Sardine Spread Recipe

    by Travel Chef2

  • Guacamole is hands down a crowd-pleaser and sure to spruce up just about any meal. This recipe has been my go-to for over 15 years and has never been beat. It's super easy and quick to prepare, and it will disappear just about as fast as you can make it!

    The Best Guacamole Recipe of All Time

    The Best Guacamole Recipe of All Time

    by Melanie2

  • This article explains how I make my Litah's authentic Mexican guacamole in five minutes. Detailed instructions, photos, and complete video instructions for this simple guacamole recipe are included.

    How to Make Mexican Guacamole in Five Minutes

    How to Make Mexican Guacamole in Five Minutes

    by wayseeker23

  • Learn how to prepare your foods for storage, canning or freezing. This article explains what I do to prepare my food and why I choose to can or freeze it.

    How to Freeze and Can Your Food

    How to Freeze and Can Your Food

    by Terrie Lynn2

  • I love pickled beets, and I enjoy canning. This article will show you how to pickle beets and then can them for storage!

    How to Pickle and Can Beets

    How to Pickle and Can Beets

    by Justin Richards0

  • This recipe is about pressure canning green beans. By preserving my own food, not only do I get to control the ingredients that go into the food we're eating, but I get to provide my family with delicious, nutritious food all year round.

    Pressure Canning Green Beans

    Pressure Canning Green Beans

    by Victoria Van Ness0

  • Russian dressing was the hot salad condiment of the 1960s. Sadly, the bottled versions seem to have gone missing in recent years. You can find my family recipe here!

    Russian Dressing: Our Family's Recipe

    Russian Dressing: Our Family's Recipe

    by Sherri108

  • If you like biscuits and gravy, you may wish to try this easy country gravy recipe. You can make your own biscuits if you wish or buy the dough from the store. Add your favorite sides, and you're set.

    Quick and Easy Country Gravy

    Quick and Easy Country Gravy

    by Finnegan Williams1

  • This sauce is made with tiny tomatoes, garlic, and fresh and dried basil. It's an easy sauce that goes well with any type of pasta.

    Tiny Tomato Sauce

    Tiny Tomato Sauce

    by Kresa0

  • Looking for a hot, spicy, refreshing, and aromatic side dish? Coriander leaf chutney might be a perfect choice for you! This amazing chutney can be made in a jiffy with only a few ingredients.

    Side Dishes: Hot and Spicy Coriander Leaf Chutney

    Side Dishes: Hot and Spicy Coriander Leaf Chutney

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Before the written word, there was honey; offering to the gods, source of potent drink and peasant currency, and even a love potion—honey is as old as time. Enjoy the history and the recipes.

    7 Honey-Based Recipes and a History of Honey

    7 Honey-Based Recipes and a History of Honey

    by Linda Lum15

  • Spiced vanilla pear jam in the crockpot is one of the first things on my fall to-do list every year. I simply can't imagine starting the new season without the smells of cinnamon, cardamom, and nutmeg wafting through my house. Yum!

    Spiced Vanilla Pear Jam in the Crockpot

    Spiced Vanilla Pear Jam in the Crockpot

    by Victoria Van Ness2

  • My husband and I go a bit overboard when we see good sales. We capitalized on a pineapple sale we found. I want to show you how to take advantage of canning your own pineapple!

    Canning Pineapple Chunks in Water

    Canning Pineapple Chunks in Water

    by Victoria Van Ness0

  • Fresh salsa is easier than you think and so worth it. We roast some of the ingredients in the oven for added flavor. A food processor makes this recipe a snap.

    Hotter-Than-Hell Salsa Recipe

    Hotter-Than-Hell Salsa Recipe

    by Melissa Althen1

  • This sauce is a fresher version of the jalapeño ranch dip from the Chuy's restaurant chain. I got rid of the ranch packet and made this from scratch.

    Jalapeño Ranch Dipping Sauce

    Jalapeño Ranch Dipping Sauce

    by Melissa Althen2

  • This dip is super easy and adds a great flare to an appetizer spread. This can also be used as a topper of a variety of meats, veggies, and pasta. Get creative!

    Avocado Cilantro Cream Dip Recipe

    Avocado Cilantro Cream Dip Recipe

    by Melissa Althen0

  • Endlessly versatile, ranch dressing is used on salads, as a dip, a sauce for chicken, a drizzle on pizza, and countless other foods. Here's the story of how it was created and links to various recipes so you can make your own.

    Exploring Ranch Dressing

    Exploring Ranch Dressing

    by Linda Lum32

  • Sauce made with fresh tomatoes has a unique flavor, and the sweetness of the tomatoes grown in your own or someone else's yard can't be beat. Add whatever other vegetables and/or meat you like, and you have a healthy and tasty sauce for your pasta.

    Fresh Tomato Sauce With Zucchini and Italian Sausage

    Fresh Tomato Sauce With Zucchini and Italian Sausage

    by Rachel L Alba20

  • You can make a delicious chutney with ridge gourd peels. This chutney/sauce is very easy to make. Pair this side dish with rice, idli, dosa, etc.

    Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney Recipe

    Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney Recipe

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Many people are afraid to try to preserve vegetables because they think it is difficult or are fearful of making someone sick from botulism. But if you follow sound canning procedures, you can succeed!

    How to Make Pickles From Cucumbers

    How to Make Pickles From Cucumbers

    by Kappygirl2

  • Béarnaise sauce is a staple in many places and can be a little tricky to prepare. Fear not, for I am here to guide you through how to make Béarnaise sauce from scratch.

    How to Make Béarnaise Sauce From Scratch

    How to Make Béarnaise Sauce From Scratch

    by Lars Melby0

  • Making pesto is easy—let me show you how to make a basic basil pesto. In this recipe, I give you variations using different herbs, nuts, and cheeses and (of course) recipes to showcase your freshly made pesto.

    How to Make Your Own Pesto

    How to Make Your Own Pesto

    by Linda Lum3

  • This delicious salsa is easy to prepare and is always a crowd-pleaser. It can be served as an appetizer with chips, or it can be served as a main dish with rice or couscous. This salsa, which can be kept in the fridge for up to a week, is versatile, colorful, and delicious.

    Mouthwatering Vegetarian Black Bean, Avocado, and Mango Salsa

    Mouthwatering Vegetarian Black Bean, Avocado, and Mango Salsa

    by Deborah Demander Reno6

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