This is a milk-based sauce popular throughout Latin America. Milk sweetened with vanilla and sugar is cooked to make a wonderful, versatile caramel-like cream. You can eat it alone, use it to fill cakes, or serve over bananas, ice cream or any other pudding!
I call this my emergency marinade - just garlic and soy sauce with olive oil. I put the measures in tablespoons as this is the easiest way to do it.
This is my family's favourite raita and is made in a couple of minutes!
This is a simple chutney that goes well with fish.
Give yourself a break from the usual tomato gravies and make this wonderful uncooked sauce with fresh garden tomatoes. Just make pasta and dinner's ready!
Here's a simple, versatile apple purée. You can serve it with roast pork or use it as a filling for pastries. Also lovely on top of curd or ice cream.
This is a Japanese recipe for a versatile dipping sauce. Use over noodles, on grilled chicken or even rice. This is one serving - make as much as you need.
This is a family recipe for healthy houmous. Use on sandwiches or as a dip for veggies.
America's many Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants have created this style of spicy tomato sauce. Try it on burgers, tacos, barbecued meats and vegetables - the possibilities are endless!
This sauce is a surprisingly simple combination of ingredients that brings spectacular flavour. Great on meats or chicken.