You know that crazy good sauce they serve at the Japanese steakhouse? Mix it up at home in just 5 minutes! The name says it all — Yum Yum Sauce! The Japanese steakhouse sauce we love to drizzle over hibachi chicken, shrimp, vegetables, fried rice — literally everything — is quick and easy to make …
Keep a jar of this homemade spice blend in your pantry to enhance the flavor of your favorite pizzas, sauces, and stews. Save a trip to the store! Mix up a batch of Italian seasoning substitute using dried herbs and spices you probably already have in your pantry — 2 minutes and done!
Made with fresh cherries, red bell pepper, and jalapeño peppers, Hot Cherry Pepper Jelly is deliciously sweet and spicy hot. Serve it on toast or scones, use it to make easy cream cheese appetizers, or even as a cheese board accompaniment.
The beauty of creating dressings at home is that you can make as much or as little as you want with fresh ingredients and no preservatives. Buttermilk blue cheese dressing tastes better than store-bought and has fewer calories too! Mix up a batch today in under 10 minutes.
How does Homemade Blueberry Jam with just a hint of cinnamon spread on a hot, buttery biscuit sound to you right about now? If you’ve never attempted to can or preserve fruits or vegetables at home, let me encourage you to at least give making a batch of homemade jam a try.
Homemade BBQ Sauce made with molasses is tangy, sweet and ready in an easy 30-minutes. The molasses in this barbecue sauce recipe gives it a slight smoky flavor that complements pulled pork, smoked ribs, smoked brisket, and grilled chicken perfectly! It also makes a tasty BBQ dipping sauce for breaded chicken tenders or French fries.
This yummy spread is a delicious condiment for grilled mozzarella cheese sandwiches or paninis. An abundance of fresh basil leaves calls for classic—and versatile—Basil Pesto Spread! Serve it as an appetizer on toasted crostini or as the main meal tossed with angel hair pasta.