Dressings, Dips and Sauces
This refreshing dip is ideal on a hot day with some cold cut veggies or on some warm toast. With such a great flavor, you won't realize how much green goodness you're eating.
Homemade pesto is a great kitchen staple. Use this vibrant condiment for pasta, sandwiches, wraps and more. Pesto freezes well too, so make a double batch and freeze some for later!
This delicious seasoning is even more bright and tasty when made from scratch. It’s super easy, makes use of extra lemon peel and can give potatoes, tofu, and other baked foods a mouth-watering edge.
Making mustard is very simple. It’s flavors can be varied by changing the liquid used for the rehydration of the seeds and the flavors added after grinding.
Super easy, delicious and simple, this mayo can be flavored to suit.
Homemade ketchup is very delicious as well as being free from preservatives, colorings and sugars.
Enjoy this creamy, flavorful sauce on Raw Beet Ravioli*, or enjoy it as a dip with your favorite veggies!
This raw, sugar-free version of the classic Japanese pickled ginger takes only a few minutes to prepare, is ready to eat immediately and will last for two months in the refrigerator.
Pico de Gallo translates as “roosters beak” because the ingredients in this fresh salsa are so roughly chopped it’s like a chicken has pecked at them. It only takes a few minutes to make - just peck at it and throw it in a bowl!
While most Asian cuisine is easily adapted to fit a vegetarian diet (or is vegetarian already), one ingredient continues to be elusive and often is that "something-something" missing from otherwise decent dishes: fish sauce. Fish sauce is full of umami richness, which can easily be replicated with seaweed and mushrooms. This recipe comes from the food website, www.thekitchn.com