Tomato gravy is a Southern staple, but isn’t part of my Southern family’s heritage. It may be time to change that.
This roux-based sauce of tomatoes and cream is delicious served with biscuits, fried chicken, and even mashed cauliflower.
The rosy pink color and delicious tang of these pickled onions makes them the perfect topping for barbacoa tacos, sandwiches, or salads.
Thinly sliced onions cooked in a slow cooker in olive oil, butter, thyme, and salt, develop a deep golden brown color and sweet flavor, and are perfect on top of pizza, chicken, or burgers.
Every holiday bird deserves a side of homemade gravy.
This delicious concoction of butter, Old Bay, and shallots was the best thing to come out of “The Lobster Incident.” We don’t plan to bring home another live lobster again, but this sauce is perfect with any kind of grilled shellfish.
This savory jam of cooked bacon, onion, chipotles, Mexican chocolate, and coffee is really something special.
This is a great alternative to traditional pesto, if pine nuts are too expensive, or if you have extra Italian parsley to use up.
Fresh lime, soy sauce, shallots, and ginger come together in a fast and easy salad dressing.
Onions, garlic, chile powder, and cumin flavor this mild chunky tomato sauce. If you prefer a spicier sauce, add 1 poblano chile, roasted, peeled, and diced, or 2 jalapeño peppers, minced.
Dice tomatoes, onions, jalapeños, and cilantro. Toss with salt and lime juice for a classic Tex Mex accompaniment.
Recipes collected with since 1995.