Whether you’re looking for a show-stopping party bite or an effortless grazing dinner on a steamy summer night, this classic Provençal meal is one of our favorites.
Print Recipe ROMA’s Classic Bolognese Sauce This classic bolognese is from Chef Angelo Cuppone of ROMA in Houston. While this recipe says it serves 4 people, it makes a significant amount of sauce. The sauce freezes incredibly well, so pop it in your freezer for future meals or up the amount of pasta if you’re […]
Print Recipe Mozie’s Chipotle Cream Sauce Toss the sauce with angel hair pasta and serve the crispy chicken sliced and arranged on top. Votes: 9 Rating: 4.11 You: Rate this recipe! Course Sauces Servings cups MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 1 stick unsalted butter1 quart heavy whipping cream2 in canned chipotle peppers adobo finely chopped5 cloves Roasted garlic […]
Print Recipe Blue Corn Harvest’s Green Chili Sauce This green chili sauce from Blue Corn Harvest in Georgetown, TX pairs well with tacos, enchiladas, tamales, burritos and more. Anaheim peppers give a mild, sweet heat to this sauce. If you want to rev up the heat, toss in jalapeño or two. You can substitute Hatch […]
Print Recipe Guero’s Salsa Roja This versatile, spicy salsa from Guero’s in Austin is packed with flavor and comes together quickly. You can remove the seeds of the jalapeño for less heat or substitute a serrano pepper, which has a similar taste profile but is milder than a jalapeño. Crave the heat? Then add a […]
Print Recipe Pecan Grill’s Dry Rub Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Sauces Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients ¼ cup Ground Black Pepper1 Tablespoon white pepper1 teaspoon cayenne pepper2 Tablespoon thyme1 Tablespoon basil1 Tablespoon oregano3 Tablespoon Garlic Powder2 Tablespoon Onion Powder½ cup paprika3 Tablespoon salt Course Sauces Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients ¼ cup […]
Print Recipe Silky Pan Gravy with Cream, Cognac & Thyme Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Sauces, Sides Servings cups MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Drippings and vegetables from Dry-Brined Roasted Turkey2 Tablespoons cognac1/2 cup dry Vermouth2-1/2 cups Rich Turkey Broth2 teaspoons lightly chopped fresh thyme leaves1/2 cup heavy cream1/4 cup all-purpose flour Course […]
Print Recipe Soda Pop’s Secret Sauce This recipe for this “Secret Sauce” comes from Soda Pops in Boerne, Texas. It’s an all-purpose hamburger and sandwich spread and makes a tasty dip for sweet potato fries or onion rings. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Sauces Servings cups MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 1/4 cup […]
Print Recipe Craft Grill’s Tejas Cranberry Sauce Tejas means friends, and as we gather together at Thanksgiving, or Friendsgiving, this fun kicked-up version of cranberry sauce is something everyone will love! Votes: 1 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Course Sauces, Sides Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 4 cups fresh cranberries 12 oz bag½ cup white […]
Print Recipe The Branch Neighborhood Grill’s Imperial Sauce Votes: 1 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Course Sauces Servings gallon MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 2 cups Chicken Broth1 Tbsp Worcestershire1/2 tsp cayenne pepper1 cup butter plus 2 Tbsp2/3 cup flour3/4 cup shredded jack cheese2 cups heavy whipping cream1 Tbsp white wine1/3 cup sliced mushroomsGranulated Garlic a […]
This classic French spread is a super simple way to use leftover cheese. It all comes together in a snap.
Have you ever had pizza for breakfast? We’re not talking about a leftover slice from the fridge, but a fresh pie topped with all of your breakfast favorites? This recipe from Chef Neil Doherty, Senior Director of Culinary Development in Sysco Houston, perfectly melds Middle Eastern and Italian flavors and tops it off with golden sunny-side-up eggs.
This rich-and-creamy fudge sauce is inspired by one of my favorite recipes from The Bojon Gourmet. The tahini adds a nutty, savoriness to the sauce that cuts through the sweetness of the ice cream.
This bright summer berry sauce is not as sweet as you might imagine. The generous amount of lemon juice cuts nicely through the sugar and the lavender adds a subtle floral note.
When making homemade caramel sauce, there are two important rules: First, have patience. It will take a while for the sugar to caramelize and achieve the deep amber color you’re looking for, but keep an eye on the pot. It can go from your desired color to burnt very quickly.