5 Sauces to Jazz up your Meals

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A sauce plays a very important role in most of the foods and gives you maximizing flavor to all your favorite dishes. They are not only used in meals but also used in cooking in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.

5 Sauces to Jazz up your Meals

5 Easy and tasty sauces for your meal

  1. Adobo Honey
    This sauce is used for salad dressing, drizzle over meats and vegetables. It is sweet, tangy, creamy, rich and spicy taste.
    How to prepare: In a blender, combine white parts of green onions, garlic, red wine vinegar, honey, salt, adobo sauce and Greek yogurt. Puree until well blended. Season to taste with any of the ingredients.
  2. Nuoc Nam
    Nuoc Nam is used for salad dressing, marinade for meats and veggies, stir fries, fried rice, and dips for summer rolls. It is suitable for a vegetarian version of this sauce, use soy sauce instead of fish sauce. It tastes savory, strong and little salty.
    How to prepare: Combine sugar and water boil (you can heat in a microwave for 1 to 2 minutes until water is bubbling). Mix with remainder of sauce ingredients and season to taste with hot sauce. Adjust taste as needed; you can use fish sauce for more savory, more lime juice for tartness and more sugar for sweetness.
  3. Eggplant Pepper Pesto
    It is used in sandwiches just like grilled cheese, burger, veggies, etc. It is also used in omelets, pasta, pizzas, grains, and proteins. It tastes sweet, nutty and smoky.
    How to prepare: Core peppers and pieces eggplant all over. Brush with the oil, boil over direct heat for 6 min and side. Once the red pepper is charred and eggplant is softened, place in a bowl and cover with a plate for 5min. Scrape flesh out of eggplant and skin off of pepper. Place flesh of eggplant, peppers, garlic, walnuts, salt, parsley into a food processor. Pulse until is everything is well blended. Finish with lemon juice and season to taste.
  4. Chimichurri
    Chimichurri is mainly used in sandwiches, burgers, soups, omelets, frittatas and few grilled veggies. It tastes fresh, tangy and pungent.
    How to prepare: Pulse parsley cilantro, garlic, red wine, shallots, vinegar and capers in the food processor while drizzling in oil. You want to add enough to the sauce, well turns into a sauce. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  5. Marinara
    It is used in grains, pasta, soups, veggies, omelets and frittatas. It tastes zesty, sweet and tangy.
    How to prepare: Heat a small saucepan over medium-high Add cooking oil and then garlic cooking oil and then garlic and shallots to heated oil. Sauté for 2-3 minutes and then add crushed tomatoes with brown sugar, salt, and black pepper. Simmer for 10 minutes. Season to taste with more salt and pepper.

Tips to keep in mind before choosing sauces

All the above-mentioned sauces are very simple and easy to make them quickly with fewer sauce ingredients. But before preparing them you need to keep few things in your mind.

  • Read recipe and ingredients used in the sauce first
    Read sauce recipe more than once because some of them need overnight refrigeration. They may take some time to meld and get the taste.
  • Choosing the right kitchen tools
    For making a smooth and creamy sauce you need a good food processor and a blender. So make sure about your equipment.
  • Go with your taste
    The taste will vary from person to person, so make sure about the each ingredient you are adding to the sauce and adjust accordingly.
  • Always choose quality ingredients and best sauce

Sauces are a perfect way to finish your dish. Make your own hot sauce with these simple hot sauce menu or sauce recipes and enjoy their unique taste in every bite.

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