7 Sauces You Can Use On Any Type Of Food

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Trying out different sauces to discover what works and what doesn’t is one of the best things about sampling a variety of cuisines.

1. Hot Sauce
If you enjoy hot sauce, you are undoubtedly aware of how much it can enhance the flavor of any food item.
Buying hot sauce is nice, but according to some, brands like Tabasco and Sriracha aren’t the hottest on the market.
This sauce can easily be made from scratch and you can control the level of spice.

If you enjoy hot sauce, you are undoubtedly aware of how much it can enhance the flavor of any food item. Buying hot sauce is excellent, but some claim that the hottest brands available aren’t those like Tabasco and Sriracha.If you enjoy hot sauce, you are undoubtedly aware of how much it can enhance the flavor of any food item. Buying hot sauce is excellent, but some claim that the hottest brands available aren’t those like Tabasco and Sriracha. This sauce can easily be made from scratch and you can control the level of spice.

Ingredients
8 serrano peppers
2 jalapeños
2 habaneros
1 1/2 shallots
1 clove garlic
1 cup cup water
Salt (to taste)
1/2 cup mango nectar
1 cup vinegar

Directions
Remove stems from the peppers. Slice into 1 inch slices. Mince the shallots and garlic. Pour water into a saucepan and add salt. Simmer for a few minutes. Add mango nectar. Remove from the heat. Add the vinegar. Pour into a blender. Pulse until smooth.

1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
1/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
2 tablespoons molasses
2 tablespoons prepared yellow mustard
1 tablespoon Tabasco sauce
1/2 teaspoon black pepper

Directions
In a nonreactive saucepan, combine all the ingredients and slowly heat them up to a boil over medium-high heat. For ten to fifteen minutes, or until the mixture is black, thick, and flavorful, turn down the heat to medium-low and simmer gently. Transfer the sauce to a sanitized container and keep it chilled.
This can be kept for several months.

3. Adobo-Honey Sauce
This sauce has a hint of sweetness, spice, richness, tang, and creaminess, despite the word “honey” appearing in the title. This adaptable sauce is also great on salads, vegetables, and meats of various kinds.
Perfect for Latin and South American cuisines, adobo-honey sauce is the perfect addition to your sauce collection.

Ingredients
2 stalks of green onions(white part only)
1 clove garlic (peeled)
3 tbsp honey
1 tsp Adobo sauce
1 tbsp salt
½ Greek yogurt

Directions
Combine white parts of onion, garlic clove, red wine, vinegar, honey, adobo sauce, salt, and greek yogurt. Puree until well blended. Season to taste.

4. Garlic Sauce
The flavor of freshly produced garlic sauce is sure to please any garlic lover. It’s a simple sauce that can give any dish a little flavor.

Ingredients
1 head of garlic
3 1/2 tablespoons olive oil, divided
3 tablespoons flour
1 cup chicken or vegetable stock
1/2 cup heavy or whipping cream (note: not whipped cream)
Salt and pepper, to taste

Directions
Melt the tablespoon of butter with the olive oil in a pan over medium heat..
Peel the cloves of garlic and mince the garlic until you have 2 tablespoons (1/8 cup).
Add the minced garlic and whisk gently when the butter and oil have melted together..
5. Chimichurri
Chimichurri is a refreshing mix that will add a new taste to meals such as meat and veggies.

Chimichurri is a refreshing mix that will add a new taste to meals such as meat and veggies
This is a delicious green sauce created with cilantro, parsley, and shallot, enhanced with flavors from South American and Mexican cuisines. When preparing meals, you can even mix all of these greens—just leave out the oil—to give them a delightful and tart flavor..

Ingredients
½ bunch parsley
¼ bunch cilantro
½ bulb shallot
1 clove garlic, peeled
2 tbsp red wine
½ tbsp capers
½ cup cooking oil

Directions
Pour the oil into a food processor and add all of the ingredients.Let it blend until it looks like a sauce.

6. Marinara Sauce
Typically, pasta and nearly anything associated with Italian cooking and seafood are paired with marinara sauce.
Pasta and pretty much anything associated with Italian cooking and seafood are typically paired with marinara sauce.

Ingredients
2 tsp cooking oil
2 cloves of garlic (minced)
1 bulb shallot
1 can of crushed tomato
½ tbsp brown sugar
½ tsp salt
¼ tsp black pepper

Directions
Heat in a small saucepan over medium heat. Add cooking oil, garlic and shallot
Add smashed tomatoes with brown sugar, salt, and black pepper after two minutes of sautéing.
Simmer for 10 minutes. Season to taste.

7. Eggplant Pepper Pesto
Like many of the other sauces listed above, eggplant pepper pesto sauces goes well with just about anything

This sauce is the ideal option if you want to give a dish a hint of sweetness and smokiness. This sauce is generally used with Mediterranean cuisine, but you can make it ahead of time and freeze it for later use.

Ingredients
2 medium red peppers
2 chinese eggplants
2 cloves garlic, peeled
¼ cups walnuts
¾ tsp salt
¼ tsp black pepper
4 sprigs parsley
1 lemon, juice

Directions
Core peppers and pierce eggplant all over. Brush with oil—to six minutes are spent broiling over direct heat.
After the pepper becomes roasted and the eggplant becomes mushy, put it in a bowl and cover it for five minutes. Peel the skin off the pepper and scrape off the eggplant.

Place flesh of eggplant, peppers, walnut, garlic, salt, and parsley into a food processor until everything is well blended.
Finish with lemon juice and season to taste.

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