Cranberry Sauce should be healthy — after all, it’s cranberries! Most though are overloaded with a boatload of calories from added refined sugar — at a time of year, usually, when you’d rather use the calories up on so many other things.
Marie Rose Sauce is a simple, classic sauce to go with shrimp, battered fish, or French fries. It’s very quick and easy to make, and there’s no cooking required, just a quick stir.
This classical French regional sauce is traditionally served with seafood, poached fish, and delicate green vegetable such as asparagus. It has only four simple ingredients that are apparent: the main ingredient is really time.
This is an easy, classical sauce from the south of France that you can whip up in a blender or food processor. It’s so little work and time that you can easily squeeze this in on a weeknight.
Tartar sauce lovers will rejoice at this recipe. It’s quick and easy to make out of ingredients you may have in your fridge every day; it’s tangy and refreshing like the best tartar sauces you’ve ever had, and it doesn’t taste chemically.