Sauces and Dressings
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Fruit and Nut Cheeselog – a combination of different kinds of cheeses and nuts used as spread over crackers or breads.
Sorrel Tarragon Sauce – a dip made with mayonnaise with sorrel and tarragon.
Green Salsa – if you wanted to zest up and add veggies to your mayonnaise dip, then I think this recipe is for you.
Cottage Cheese with Cucumber Sauce - Pinoys are used to soy sauce and vinegar dipping sauces. Try this for
something different which you will enjoy on baked fish.
Avocado Salsa – this avocado salsa is great with tortilla chips or even toasted bread
Thousand Island Dressing - a home made thousand island dressing and simple to make.
Hollandaise Sauce - can be serve with poached eggs, broiled bacon, and muffins or bread.
Fruit Salad Dressing - enhance your fruit salad with this dressing. Very easy to make.
Blender Hollandaise - a thick hollandase sauce for your delight.
Lumpia Sauce - wondering how to make even a simple lumpia (springroll) sauce? then try this recipe.
Mayonnaise - a home made mayonnaise have never been this easy.
Egg Gravy - try an egg gravy for a change. Very simple to make.
Mild Chili Sauce - simple yet you need a handful of ingredients to make this one.
Sweet and Sour Sauce - perfect dip for fried or grilled seafoods or even pork, beef or poultry if you are not a vegetarian..
White Sauce – three versions of sauce are in ths recipe, thin, medium and thick white sauces.
Pickled Veggies with Chilies (w/ picture) – made with white radish, carrots and chilies pickled to make a perfect
Spicy-Sweet Patis-Dayap Dip (w/ picture) – a semi-spicy and sweet dip made with fish sauce (patis), kalamasi juice, garlic and red chillies.
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