Top Rated Pink Sauce Recipes

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Junior League of Mobile, Coastal Living MAY 2000
This recipe goes with Shrimp Sandwich with Pink Sauce
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michellik
Delicious pink sauce recipe. I love to top it on chicken made with panko breadcrumbs (Japanese breadcrums) and cheese.
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Chef #788080
This is a really cheap and easy pink sauce recipe. Great for when you only have a little time to make dinner and limited ingredients on hand. The recipe takes just long enough for you to be able to make a pot of pasta at the same time. You can find more recipes like it at my blog: www.trialanderrorhomeec.blogspot.com.
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reya doucette
I got this recipe off the net by suesrecipe. It is tasty and simple to make.
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International Recipes
from Chicago, ILI received a request today for the pink sauce that typically accompanies pasta dishes. This looked like a good recipe for Pink Sauce:5 tablespoons unsalted butter2 garlic cloves, crushed2 cups heavy cream1 cup drained canned ...
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KarlaOregon
All of our local Chinese resturants serve this with Mar Far Chicken. Great on chicken strips/nuggets. Adults and kid's love this dip!!
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International Recipes
from Chicago, ILI received a request today for the pink sauce that typically accompanies pasta dishes. This looked like a good recipe for Pink Sauce:5 tablespoons unsalted butter2 garlic cloves, crushed2 cups heavy cream1 cup drained canned ...
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Kzim4
This is a very simple sauce that is usually served with french fries.
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Dib's
I got this recipe from my girlfriend Cher-she said not to let any one ingredient drown out the others. When put together it should be a taste of its own, DO NOT use Miracle Whip.
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Debby Lane
This beef stew is simmered with mushrooms, onions. Marsala wine, and bottled Alfredo and spaghetti sauces. It is served over pasta.
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MARBALET
Pan-toasted mustard seeds flavor a garlic and shrimp saute, while a rich and spicy blend of tomato, cream, ginger, cayenne pepper, lemon, cumin, and sugar steeps in the fridge. Pour the sauce into the cooked shrimp, heat thoroughly and serve.
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Lavender Lynn
adapted from The Occasional Vegetarian
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