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451 sauce recipes

that are low in fat


Fresh Sorrel Mayonnaise



A wonderful sauce for fresh grilled salmon, halibut or sea bass.

Picante Sauce



Joyce's Sweet-And-Sour Sauce



Every Chinese cook has his own version of this. This one is intended for quick cooking in an American kitchen.

Low-Fat Creamy French Dressing



A completely fat-free, sugar-free, low-fat, low calorie French-style salad dressing that's creamy, thick and packed with flavor.

Homemade Taco Sauce



Make your own taco sauce, canning recipe.

Spiced Blueberry Jam



Spiced Blueberry Jam recipe

Honey Cranberry Sauce with Pineapple



This is a very easy cranberries sauce, a very good accompaniment to your meal.

Mint and Cucumber Raita



This is an awesome Raita (cucumber and yogurt) with the fresh zing of mint which goes well with lamb or to cool off your taste buds with a spicy curry or any other hot and spicy...

Honey Mustard (Low or No Salt)



It's quite easy to make your own honey mustard instead of buying one from the store. By making your own you control the sodium level as store bought usually has a huge amount of...

Homemade Oyster Sauce



Oyster sauce is so commonly used in Chinese stir-fry. Of course you can always find the bottled oyster sauce in the grocery store. This recipe will introduce you how to make you...

Spicy Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce



A spicy honey mustard sauce for dipping homemade chicken fingers or chicken nuggets.

Fresh Basil Pesto



I use this in my Pesto Chicken Florentine

Julia Child's Homemade Mayonnaise



Note from Julia: The following directions are for a hand-beaten sauce. Exactly the same system is followed for an electric beater. Use the large bowl, and the moderately fast ...

Moroccan Sauce for Kefta



Prepare your recipe for kefta meatballs. Let them simmer for at least an hour in this spicy tomato-based sauce.

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