Posts Tagged ‘Sauces’

Coffee Rubbed Steak with Guinness Cream Sauce

For this recipe, you can use either use a flavorful beef ribeye, tritip, NY strip or even a leg of lamb. These protiens are great because they boast a lot of flavor, and hold up well to the bold rub.

Joe’s Classic Mop Sauce

A mop sauce is intended for basting meat during the grilling or smoking process. It helps by adding moisture, preventing meat from drying out over high heat or long cooking times. This is the most basic and easiest to make and use.

Emeril’s Quick, Easy Grilling Sauce

Just spotted this quick grillin’ sauce by Emeril Lagasse on SiriusXM. I’ve done similar sauces before and this quick thinking by Emeril is a great example of technique over memorization. You can easily learn 10 great recipes, but with 10 great techniques you can make 10,000 recipes without ever having to look them up. Use this great summer sauce for veggies, fish, chicken or whatever you like!

Easy Essie’s Chicken Drummies

If you’re craving something finger-lickin’ good that’s perfect for a summertime grill, requires little effort and can feed a crowd of any size then you’ve come to the right place. It just doesn’t get much simpler than Easy Essie’s Chicken Drummies.

Simple Bleu Cheese Cream Sauce

This super simple bleu cheese sauce goes perfect with a ton of grilled dishes. I use it with steak and chicken kabobs, as well as any buffalo chicken dishes.

Oriental Salad with Spicy Peanut Dressing

A fresh and fun salad, loaded with crunch and a nice little kick!

Chimichurri Flank Steaks

Chimichurri sauce is an essential condiment in Argentina and other parts of South America. There are different varieties of this garlicky, herbalicious concoction and this one makes a great beef marinade!

Cinco de Mayonnaise

Happy Cinco De Mayo! In honor of Mexico’s victory over the French in 1862, why not spice up that creamy white condiment while you enjoy tasty cool Corona? You’re just a few ingredients away from stepping up your BLT with this excellent chipotle mayo.

Sesame Seed Crusted Ahi Tuna

Simple ingredients often bring out the best in a protein, especially when you’ve got high quality meat, fish or poultry. People often try to complicate dishes when usually focusing on your preparation and cooking truly makes the protein’s inner beauty and flavors shine. Try this simple ahi tuna dish for something fast, easy, healthy and delicious. Pair it with some greens and you’re good to go.

Nikki’s Favorite Wing Sauce

A must have recipe for wing lovers!