My flavorful Marsala sauce recipe makes a delicious topping for chicken, pork, beef, or even mixed with pasta and used as a main dish.
The rich flavors of Italian-inspired ingredients meld together perfectly when slowly simmered on the stovetop, providing a flavorful sauce for plates of pasta or polenta.
Hi everyone! I know a lot of people might use some form of store-bought pre-made pasta sauce like Prego or Ragu when they make their pasta dishes. Nothing against those brands; they can be great. But if you're looking to throw in a homemade spin, here's a super simple way to do it!
This quick and easy recipe is healthy, kosher, gluten-free, dairy-free, and low-carb. It is filling and hearty and can easily be made vegan/vegetarian by just skipping the meat. It's simple to customize as well.
White sauces—a simple idea with worldwide appeal. Each culture uses its garden resources to craft condiments to accompany the foods they love. Let’s explore these sauces and how to make them.
With this recipe, making and canning fresh homemade cranberry sauce will be a breeze for your holiday meals this year! And you don't have to worry about what to do with all of the leftover sauce if you have any. You can simply store it away for a mid-year craving or even for next year.
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.
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.
Why go to an expensive Japanese restaurant? Now you can prepare a classic Japanese sauce at home without worrying about your budget. Follow my easy recipe for garlicky-sweet soy glaze.
Green sauces—a simple idea with world-wide appeal. Each culture uses the herbs of their garden to craft a condiment to accompany the foods they love. Let’s explore the origins of ten of these sauces, how to make them, and how to use them in dishes for your friends and family.
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.
Pasta sauce is a versatile cooking ingredient. You can make varieties of pasta with it. Sometimes, people use it also as a side dish. This garlicky-flavored red sauce makes mouth-watering pasta. Though pasta sauce is available in the stores, homemade sauce tastes much better.
What does “French cooking” mean to you? Fancy, fussy, complicated? Mother sauces, the foundation of French cuisine, are easy to prepare. I'll tell you how and you'll never buy packaged sauce again.
Learning how to make a quick pan sauce will give you superpowers in the kitchen. Three to four ingredients and five minutes will elevate a plain chicken breast or pork chop to a whole new level.
How or why would you substitute one ingredient for another in a recipe? Perhaps you want a sauce for your meatballs, but you cannot eat tomatoes. Let me show you how!
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.
As someone with chronic tomato-inspired heartburn and the wife of a picky eater, I found a solution to my desire to eat tomato sauce without the burn and how to sneak vegetables onto my husband's plate!
Use this recipe for the Secret to making great cranberry sauce loaded with vitamin C. If you always reached for the can on the shelf, STOP! This is the cranberry sauce recipe for you.
My homemade vegetarian tomato sauce is a health-conscious dressing for your spaghetti. Everyone will think beef is in it.
Learn how to make a simple white gravy recipe with no bacon or sausage grease or drippings. It tastes great with biscuits!
A great sauce can elevate a meal from ordinary to extraordinary. Here are five easy sauce recipes to add to your repertoire.