Sometimes, a recipe just isn't complete without a full-flavored sauce to spoon or dip. We couldn't imagine these 15 recipes without the tasty sauces that make them dazzle.
The great thing about this recipe is that most of it can be made ahead, but you might want to try it on a morning when you have plenty of time. Serve with warm flour tortillas to soak up the delicious red-pepper sauce.
A pistachio crust is the host of this incredible dairy-free cheesecake, made with raw cashews and coconut cream. The zesty mango-lime sauce is a perfect finishing note.
This refreshing dessert, edged with a hint of mint, works year round and provides a touch of luxury to a simple menu. Its complex taste belies its simple method of preparation.
Made from black beans, black bean pasta is a nutritional powerhouse. One serving typically contains 15 to 22 grams protein and 6 to 8 grams fiber, not to mention a healthful dose of calcium, vitamins and minerals-and it's gluten-free. Pairing the pasta with tomatillos gives it a zesty, almost lemony taste and adding avocados makes it creamy good. It’s the perfect match.
This celery leaf walnut pesto sauce, which pairs well with our Cauliflower Buffalo Bites, wonderfully embraces the concept of repurposed food waste. Highlighting leftover celery leaves, the sauce also incorporates zesty lemon with hints of nuttiness.
The warming and flavorful red sauce combines the sweetness of carrots and beets with fresh garden herbs. Enjoy it atop artichokes or as a substitute for tomato sauce in Italian recipes.
This salmon dish is a tasty, colorful accompaniment to cooked eggs and any brunch buffet.
These falafel bites, served with a tasty and refreshing cucumber yogurt sauce, help to conserve excess leaves and stems that might otherwise go to waste. They're great for showing off ways you can be creative and mindful of food waste.
Far East flavors add a salty-spicy taste to nutrient and vitamin-rich salmon. The popular fish provides important amounts of taurine, and is a great source of vitamin B12, vitamin D and selenium, along with niacin and omega-3.
A simpler satay, with an abbreviated ingredient list and process. Even without the delicious sauce, the grilled chicken is excellent! Ingredient tips: Red curry paste and Sriracha sauce, also called rooster sauce (for the logo on its bright red bottle), are available in the Asian section of most markets.
The sauce for this cucumber salad also makes a good marinade for fish or tofu, and it can also be used as a dipping sauce.
If you are a Thai food fan, you will love this burger, especially the sauce, which you can use to top just about anything. The green onions and chili paste add vitamin C, and ginger adds to the great digestibility of this dish. Serve over greens or on a whole-wheat bun.
These lovely rolls feature an intensely flavored, sweet-sour sauce made with tamarind, a sour pulp found in tree pods native to Asia.
Fresh lime and ginger add zest to this simple chilled salad. Soba noodles, made from buckwheat, are a good source of manganese, fiber, iron and thiamine.
Ok, technically, ketchup isn't a sauce. But these Asian-inspired turkey burgers sing when paired with fresh, homemade blueberry ketchup.
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