Top Rated Sauce Recipes

Chimichurri sauce originates from Argentina and is one of my favorite condiments for a nice big, juicy steak.
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Hot Sauce
Letting this mixture sit for a couple days will just intensify the sauce even more.
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4.5
Created by chef Kyle Bailey at Washington, D.C.'s GBD ,this recipe was inspired by the sweet condiment found in some Chinese carry-out bags. Sugar and fiery ingredients like Frank's Red Hot Sauce and Tabasco sauce make it the perfect sweet and spicy sauce to douse your barbecue with.  Click here to read how to Make the Ultimate Barbecue Sauce  
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Tzatziki Sauce
Most people associate cucumbers with fresh salads, vinaigrettes, and dill dip, but I like to pair it with something savory in the form of tzatziki sauce. Traditionally served as a Greek condiment with lamb, tzatiki sauce is a great pairing for whatever protein is on your plate and is the perfect summertime sauce because it's refreshing and light. See all Greek recipes. Click here to see 6 Cool and Creative Ways to Use Cucumber.
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A product of traditional British kitchens, parsley sauce is a versatile condiment that goes well on fish, meat, vegetables, and pasta. 
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Summer's produce brings us many beautiful things — from zucchini and corn to ripe and vibrant tomatoes. Another thing you'll find during the summer are fresh cherries, and this is a sweet way to put them to good use. You won't want to enjoy vanilla ice cream without this sauce after trying it. 
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Madeira Sauce
This is a great freezer standby, as it is the perfect accompaniment to beef or lamb and is a great help when you are making something that doesn't have juices for gravy, such as our beef Wellington. This is a much-simplified version of a favorite recipe that my mother used to make to go with rack of lamb. See all sauce recipes. Click here to see Frozen Food Makes a Comeback.
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Barbecue Sauce
This condiment may have a ton of ingredients, but it's the easiest to make. Just measure, blend, and serve.
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3.5
Pickapeppa sauce is one of Jamaica's most cherished treasures, and this recipe uses it to marinated and braise chicken thighs to create flavorful and tender pulled chicken. 
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Comeback sause is one of the South's most loved condiments. It's great on burgers and sandwhices. 
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I wanted to pump up the umami flavor of my classic hollandaise, so I added soy sauce, Worcestershire, and sherry vinegar. If I had pan drippings from a roast beef, I would whisk them in, too. I pair this with steak and garlicky fried potatoes. Click here to read more about sauces. 
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"My boys use to spend their summers with their grandmother in Alabama. She would treat them to a meal at a restaurant that served white barbecue sauce over chicken and my family thought it was wonderful. I started making it at home and every time I make the sauce, it brings back memories of those summers in Tuscaloosa. The white sauce should be applied only at the very end of your grilling or smoking because it will breakdown and separate if it is heated too long." — Sabrina Everett, Thomasville, Ga. Click here to see 10 Iconic Recipes That Define America
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