This hot sauce will bring burritos, tacos, and other Hispanic dishes to life, and it only takes a few minutes to make.
Here is a salsa fresca without cilantro, and with plenty of kale instead. It is great as a dip with tortilla chips. It is also a nice accompaniment to burritos, black bean burgers, and a wide array of other dishes.
Plum sauce may be found in the Asian section of your supermarket. It is often used as an accompaniment to spring rolls, egg rolls, and Chinese noodles. Here, we have employed it in sweetening this lovely Asian salad dressing.
This makes your salad tangy and creamy. For a lighter version of honey mustard dressing, try my yogurt based version.
This is an easy way to make a delicious hot sauce for all your Mexican, Central and South American special dishes. I am told this sauce is similar to the Rubios Restaurant sauce. Hope you like it!
Sweet limes taste like a cross between lemons and limes, and are abundant in the southwestern part of America. Here they are used to lend a slightly sweet tartness to the salsa.
This flavorful dressing is great on a green salad and also as a marinade for tofu and other vegetarian main courses.
If you have run out of enchilada sauce, as I did recently, or you just want a better tasting sauce than store-bought varieties, try this easy, quick version. It will make your enchiladas taste spectacular!
I have reduced the calories in this dressing by using yogurt instead of mayonnaise and by cutting the levels of honey and oil. I think you'll agree, it still has zing!
This is a piquant, savory dressing that goes especially well on mixed greens. I use here it on a chard, kale and red sweet pepper mix. Delicious!