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451 sauce recipes

that are low in fat


Classic Salsa (Hot!)



A hot and tasty salsa that tastes amazing on sandwiches, in wraps or with tortilla chips.

Deer Jerky Marinade



You can't go wrong with this dish that is a perfect snack once hunting season comes around!

Salsa Cubano Barbecue Sauce



Make your own spicy barbecue sauce with this simple recipe that calls for orange juice, oregano and cumin seeds.

Super Low Fat Tomato Sauce



If you're looking for a healthier version of tomato sauce try this easy-to-make recipe that's perfect with any pasta dish.

Tamarind Sauce



Tamarind Sauce recipe

Grandpa's Pasta Sauce



The sauce was too much like spagetti sauce. I cooked the pork chops in the sauce for hours and it was tender, but the pork flavor was diminished; I would prefer to taste the po...

Tabasco Pickles



Joyce's Curry White Sauce



This is a great way to liven up a basic white sauce. Works great over veggies or even as a healthy topping for mashed potatoes.

Vegetable Spaghetti Sauce



This delicious spaghetti sauce is loaded with heart healthy ingredients. After trying this sauce, you will always skip the store-bought ones.

Märzen Barbecue Sauce



This might become your new favorite barbecue sauce. Should you serve Märzen with dishes prepared with it? Certainly; but if you prefer a bolder style of beer (Märzen is sweet an...

7 Day A1 Steak Sauce



My copycat version of the top secret famous A1 Steak Sauce.

Quick Teriyaki Sauce (Homemade)



Many recipes call for bottled Teriyaki sauce. This flavorful sauce that imparts so much flavor to beef, chicken and fish is so easy to make from scratch.

Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce



A sweet and sour dipping sauce that's perfect for chicken nuggets or chicken fingers.

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Tomatoes: Putting the "Tax" in Taxonomy

In 1893 the United States had a 10% tax on imported vegetables but not fruits. John Nix paid his taxes on his tomatoes to a tax collector named Edward Hedden. One day Nix came across the

When Harry Met Saucy

The other night at the restaurant where I work, the executive chef admonished one of the other chefs for not applying enough

Getting Saucy!

Sauce making is a cornerstone to successful cooking. A sauce can either make or break your dish. Ages ago, when

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