My Montana Adventures continue with this tasty Chokecherry Syrup. This versatile syrup can be served over pancakes, waffles, and vanilla ice cream.
Featuring Assyrian, Middle Eastern, and other inspirational recipes
Sauces are absolutely essential to making tasty recipes. For example, Chimichurri Sauce can be used to enhance the flavor of any grilled meat. But, it can also be mixed in with Pasta, instead of Pesto. Or, it can be used as a base for gourmet pizza, in the place of tomato sauce. And that’s just one sauce!
If you’re here looking for Middle Eastern or Mediterranean recipes, you may be more interested in my Tahini Paste recipe. With it, you can make Tahini Sauce, Hummus, Homemade Granola, and even Tahini Fudge! Do you see what I mean? These versatile Sauces can be used in preparing various delicious recipes.
So once you find a sauce you might want to try, think of ways to use it in your favorite recipes. Alternatively, do a quick search on my blog to find other recipes that have it listed as an ingredient in the recipe.
If you, like many of my friends, are addicted to Nonna Pia’s Balsamic Vinegar Glaze, I’m here to put an end to your addiction. “Why,” you might ask? Because you, my friend, can make your own amazingly thick and rich, sweet and tangy, Balsamic Vinegar Glaze.
Sometimes, when you are in a secluded location (like I currently am in Montana) you can be in the middle of cooking when you realize that you’re missing a key ingredient. It’s those times that I find myself using what’s on hand instead.
Honey mustard sauce is perfectly paired with baked ham. Not overly sweet, and packed with flavor, it takes a plain ham to a whole new level.