More like a soup, it’s meant to be served in bowls. Best if made a day ahead of time then reheated for serving.
A classic Middle Eastern condiment paste.
A full-flavoured pasta dish that can be served warm, or chilled as a pasta salad.
You make this recipe on a barbeque.
The parsnips in this recipe taste rich and sweet enough to convert parsnip haters.
A dead easy, tasty paste to make, that you can use either as a condiment or as a cooking ingredient.
This is a classic Middle Eastern condiment.
A classic, fresh Mexican chile sauce.
Set a platter of these out at a party, and stand back.
A gorgeous fresh salsa; looks and tastes great. Serve with nachos as a dip, or as a side relish with a meal.
A great cooked Mexican sauce, typically for use as a sauce within other recipes. It has a clean, authentic taste and thick, meaty texture.
These are spicy chiles, stuffed with cheese, battered and deep-fried. Simply amazing.
A gorgeous and really healthy curry.
This Indian style polenta can be served with Indian food, or with fish or chicken.
The flavours of the roasted corn are fantastic.
This is hot. Makes any commercial stuff seem like child’s play.
Tabasco is a hot pepper sauce that is common on grocery shelves on both sides of the Atlantic. It is made from Tabasco peppers, vinegar and salt. When the peppers turn red, they are harvested, mashed, mixed with “Avery Island” salt, and let ferment and age in wood barrels for three years. When ready, the…
Lovely with bacon. Try these for a summer breakfast, or for an American southwestern themed lunch or light supper with a side salad.
Tinned cream corn suits most people just fine, but every once in a while it’s nice to make it from scratch. It’s an easy side dish, and easily presentable to guests when you have made it yourself.