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Getting Saucy

Sauces maximize flavor and spice up any meal. Here are eight of our favorites that will jazz up everything from chicken to seafood.
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Mint Yogurt Sauce

With only four ingredients, this creamy sauce is a cinch to make and have on hand for burgers, baked potatoes and veggies.

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Thai Chile Sauce

Skip the bottled chile sauce – you can easily make this Thai-style sauce at home with its sweet, sour and spicy notes.

Thai Chili Sauce

Thai Chili Sauce

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Cashew Lime Dipping Sauce

Instead of a peanut dipping sauce, try our nutty cashew sauce with a kick of heat, sweetened with just a touch of coconut sugar.

Cashew Lime Dipping Sauce Recipe

Cashew Lime Dipping Sauce Recipe

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Tangy Tartar Sauce

A gluten-free, vegetarian tartar sauce made with fresh dill and capers. Serve it with fish and chips.

Healthy tartar sauce recipe

Healthy tartar sauce recipe

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White Wine Herb Sauce

In this herbaceous sauce, white wine brings out the flavor of the shallots and herbs by bonding to the butter and imparts greater flavor to the dish from the reduction in liquid.

White wine herb sauce recipe

White wine herb sauce recipe

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Serrano Hot Sauce

Chef Jo's piquant West Indian blend has a touch of sweetness, thanks to chopped mango. Enjoy this island-inspired condiment on your favorite CE burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and omelettes.

Serrano Hot Sauce

Serrano Hot Sauce

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Macadamia Basil Pesto

Macadamia nuts meld perfectly with the flavors of the sweet basil, pungent garlic and salty Parmesan cheese to create this creamy, fresh pesto sauce.

Macadamia Basil Pesto recipe

Macadamia Basil Pesto

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Classic Caponata

This piquant relish, made with eggplant, onions, celery, capers and a generous amount of olive oil and vinegar, embodies its home island of Sicily. Eat it warm or cold, spread it on crostini, spoon it on top of grilled chicken or fish, or fold it into an omelette.

Classic Caponata recipe

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