This type of sauce is popular in North Carolina. You can use this sauce as a basting sauce, or just mix it into your cooked meat when you are ready to eat.
This recipe has a lot of sweetness and spice, so if you’re looking for a classic BBQ sauce that’s easy to make, look no further. It is very popular with users of ‘ceramic’ type smokers and grills, (i.e. Primo, Kamado, Big Green Egg, etc.)
Wile away a rainy day by making this long-simmered sauce of ground beef, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, celery, bell peppers, Italian seasonings, basil and garlic. Serve over spaghetti and top with a grating of Parmesan.
A tasty dip for vegetables and/or crackers.
Peach preserves mixed with sherry vinegar and chicken broth, with a hint of spice and heat, combine to form this delicious sweet and sour sauce.
Make tart little nests for sauteed meats or vegetables by tossing hot pasta with a tangy cream sauce flavored with lots of lemon juice and citrus zest. Nestle the fillings into mounds of pasta for a charming presentation.
Cremini mushrooms (also called ‘Baby Portobellos’) join Italian sausage in this hot and bubbly pasta.
Basa fish fillets are pan fried and served on a bed of rice with a spicy tomatillo sauce. Enjoy with your favorite ice cold beverage. Buen Apetito!
I’ve had the seared tuna in nice restaurants, but this is better than all of them. One tablespoon of wasabi sounds like a lot of heat, but somehow this cooking method mellows it to almost nothing, just leaves the flavor. Really really great.
Mussels steamed in a curry cream sauce, an easy and delicious recipe, you’ll love it!