Sauces - quick and easy recipes

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Best recipe ideas from the category sauces all in one place! Try one of these 508 recipes. You will need this much time for the following recipes 5 - 555 minutes. By clicking the recipe, you can see details about the preparation time and the number of portions. Recipes such as How to make steak marinade at home?, Traditional spaghetti bolognese recipe, The perfect Honey Garlic Chicken recipe, Easy slow cooked butter chicken are among our most popular. Check them out - you might find them appealing too!

Green pepper sauce

This green pepper sauce is one of my favourites because it's not only delicious, it's healthy and it's quick and easy to make. I remember the first time I made this sauce, I had to pick all the ingredients very carefully at the market so that I ended up using only the freshest ingredients.

Homemade mayonnaise

This mayonnaise recipe is so simple and takes about 5 minutes to make. It's much better than the store-bought stuff, and combines well with all kinds of ingredients.

Garlic sauce

I really like garlic sauce, because it enhances any dish, and if you prepare it well, it can turn a simple baked potato into a delicious meal. Now I'll teach you how to make a quick and easy garlic sauce!

Curing marinade for meat

I am a lover of traditional Polish cuisine. The secret depends in the highest quality ingredients and patience during curing. Try this recipe and see for yourself how tasty homemade cured meat can be.

Red wine gravy

I personally love this recipe for red wine jus (gravy) and it always goes down well when I have guests. It is the ideal accompaniment for many meat dishes such as fillet of beef or lamb chops. It requires a little patience, but produces an excellent result in the end.

Simple dark sauce with duck breast

All our guests always ask me how I make my dark sauce for duck breast. The combination of cooked red wine, juicy, tender shallots, fresh thyme and a pinch of sugar gives the sauce a balanced, deep and sweet note. The addition of a good duck stock enhances the festive flavor of this sauce.

Grandma's cranberry sauce

I love the time from October to December, not just because of the beautiful fall and winter scenery, but also because it's cranberry season! When it comes to baking and cooking this time of year, this berry side dish is at the top of my list. I've made this simple recipe several times and each time it gets my family in the Christmas spirit. The sweet and sour sauce is the perfect accompaniment to turkey, duck or cheese.

Cranberry sauce Side dish

Cranberry sauce is another favorite of my family and friends because it is so versatile. It can bring out unparalleled flavor with both meat dishes and cheese. I've perfected this recipe over the years and can assure you it's a hit every time. It's rich, vibrant and full of flavor - much like chutney - so it's definitely worth a try.

Authentic Crème Anglaise Custard Sauce

This rich, creamy sauce will elevate your desserts to new gourmet heights.

Best Ever Dressing for Pasta Salad

This recipe has been in my family for years, constantly requested at every BBQ or family gathering.

Delicious cheese tortellini in tomato sauce

This recipe for cheese tortellini in tomato sauce is a simple, quick and tasty dish that I often make when I want to save time but don't want to compromise on flavor. Topped with fresh basil and grated parmesan, it's a favorite among my family and friends!

Farmer's schnitzel grandma style

I got this recipe from my beloved grandma, who, as an accomplished cook, always prepared magical dishes in her small kitchen. The strong flavors and crispy breading of the BauernSchnitzel make this dish my absolute favorite. And the best thing about it is that it is so easy to prepare that it will also be a complete success in your kitchen.

How to make Homemade Horseradish Cream

There's nothing quite like freshly made Horseradish Cream. It brings a delightful kick to any meat dish and serves as an excellent condiment for sandwiches.

Gnocchi with tomato sauce

My gnocchi are no longer hard and heavy, but instead fluffy, soft and tasty. The key is the right amount of flour and potatoes. And of course the tomato sauce, without which it wouldn't be the right gnocchi.