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Sauces - Page 2 of 17

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    Carrot Top Arugula Pesto

    Don’t throw out those carrot tops! They make a vibrant pesto, with rich flavor from toasted walnuts instead of the traditional pine nuts. Arugula adds a peppery bite. The pesto…

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    Preserved Lemon Tahini Sauce

    Mild sesame tahini sauce gets a kick of savory flavor from white miso and some briny, pickled notes from preserved lemons. Use as a dip for falafel, or spread on…

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    Zhoug

    This traditional falafel condiment is the fiery Middle Eastern answer to pesto. It’s commonly made with cilantro, but parsley and mint take its place in this version. If you’re a…

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    Spicy Peanut Dipping Sauce

    Cold vegetables, meat, or noodles instantly become a meal when you have peanut sauce around. Whatever kind of peanut butter you normally eat—crunchy or smooth, natural or sweetened—will work. Use…

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    Garlic Vinaigrette

    This is a classic go-to vinaigrette that every cook needs, with garlic to add savory flavor and a touch of rice vinegar and honey to mellow things out. It's delicious…

  • Moveable Feast

    Classic Aïoli

    Serve the aïoli with the fideuà, or with any grilled seafood.

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    Cornichon and Sweet Onion Relish

    This tangy relish is great served as a topping for bruschetta or hot dogs, or can be mixed into potato, tuna or chickens salads, or used as a sandwich spread.

  • Moveable Feast

    Pineapple and Thai Basil Salsa

    This spicy but sublime salsa goes well with fried or tempura fish, or raw salmon or tuna. Canned pineapple can easily be substituted for fresh.

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    Bourbon-Mint Cranberry Sauce

    Traditional cranberry sauce gets a mint julep makeover, plus toasty hazelnuts for crunch. Be sure to use fresh nuts; a bad batch can throw off the flavor.

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    Caramelized Miso Sauce

    Tony Messina of Boston’s Uni recommends caramelizing miso and using it to make a salty, toasty, yet sweet sauce. Use it as a topping for ice cream or French toast,…