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Let’s talk about sauce! Sauce is a French word that comes from the Latin word salsa, which means “salted”. Whether a sauce is a thin liquid, a cream, or semi-solid, its function is to add moistness, flavor, and visual appeal to a dish. Meat, veggies, fish, casseroles, and pastas are often complemented by sauces. Choose dried herbs and spices such as oregano, basil, thyme, tarragon, parsley, rosemary, or garlic - any of them would add a punch of flavor to your sauce.

When enchiladas first came into being centuries ago in Mexico, they were simple street food, corn tortillas dipped in a chile sauce and eaten right away.
Awaze Sauce
Are you ready for the easiest condiment you’ll ever assemble, that will make you look like a wizard in the kitchen?
Porter Beer Mustard
Mustard is one of the world’s oldest condiments; it’s been ground into paste with water, or wine, for thousands of years.
Puya Chile Sauce
Puya Chiles often get overlooked in favor of flashier chiles.
Thai Sweet Chili Sauce
We took some time to tinker in our kitchen with our sweet and spicy Thai Sweet Chili Seasoning, since the best way to understand how to use a
Homemade BBQ Sauce
We have kind of a love-hate relationship with barbecue sauce.
Simple Red Sauce
This quick and easy raw sauce is almost too simple; the biggest challenge involves having a head of roasted garlic at the ready.
Gochujang Paste
Gochujang entered into the American culinary vocabulary over the course of the last decade.
Chimichurri Sauce
Chimichurri sauce is a staple in traditional Argentinian cooking and has had its popularity extended all over South America and has eventually gained ground in the US.
Korean BBQ Sauce
Korean barbecue, also known as “Bulgogi,” is a dish that second only to kimchi is one of the most iconic dishes of South Korean cuisine.
Savory Lemon Sauce
Our savory lemon sauce is an incredible addition to any dish you’d like to freshen up with any Mediterranean or Summery flavors.
Fiery Chile Pesto
Pesto, with its roots in Italy, is traditionally made with fresh basil, which grows in abundance on the Italian hillsides.
Kecap Manis
Kecap Manis (pronounced “kuh-chop mah-nees”) is an Indonesian condiment that reminds us if soy sauce and ketchup had a baby- it’s fermented soy (like soy sauce),
We KNOW that everyone knows what ketchup is.
Red Enchilada Sauce
This Enchilada Sauce (or Tamale Sauce. Or Taco Sauce.) is a beautiful creation that stars some of our rehydrated Hatch Red Chile Peppers.
Sichuan Hot Sauce
This is a hot sauce that would make a great accompaniment for any Sichuan-inspired recipes that you might have in the back of your mind--or as the star of any dishes that need a little bit of "pop"
Cherry Balsamic BBQ Sauce
This recipe is really good for the beginning sauce maker, given that the hardest part about the recipe is cutting the cherries in half and removing the pits.
La Jiao Jiang - Hot Chili Sauce
Use any fresh, red hot chile pepper for this recipe! We used cherry bomb peppers, which are just about as spicy as jalapeños.
Remoulade Mayonnaise
The French invented remoulade, but it goes well with an host of American fried-food classics. Try it on fried green tomatoes or crab cakes.
Chipotle Adobo Sauce
When a recipe calls for adobo sauce or chipotles in adobo, this is a DIY that is easy and fresh.
Smoky Molasses Rub BBQ Sauce
We always like creating our own sauces and condiments.
Achiote Oil
Extra virgin olive oil, or EVOO, is a health trend that is extremely popular right now and likely to not let up any time soon.
Roasted Garlic and Chipotle Sauce
If you love Chipotles in Adobo Sauce then you're going to love this smoky, spicy chipotle sauce with a heaping hunk of garlic.
Satay Peanut Sauce
Satay might be synonymous with “peanut sauce” but in reality, ordering Satay Chicken means you’re only guaranteed skewers and not sauce.
Mole Sauce
To prepare the Mole Chili I needed Mole sauce which is a rich, dark sauce made primarily with chiles and used in Mexican cooking.
Swordfish with Nora Pepper Romesco Sauce
First, we’d like to clear up one thing about Romesco Sauce. Despite the name, this sauce? Is not a product of Rome.