What do you get when you blend together spices, condiments, and veggies? A scrumptious concoction that can bring out the best in any produce. Just a dollop of its dripping goodness can make any dish pop!
These flavourful gravies are the sidekicks to your culinary heroes, but nothing can beat the dynamic duo of meats and sauces! Indulge your taste buds in a saucy marvel with these popular meat and sauces combinations!
1. Lemon Garlic Vinaigrette
Lemon Garlic Vinaigrette works well not just as a sauce but also as a marinade. The zesty flavour of lemon and the garlic rub paired with vinegar adds an excellent character to the dish. This sauce works particularly well with roasted chicken breasts and seafood preparations. Add some salad vegetables or noodles on the side and you have a perfect lunch ready!
2. Chimichurri Sauce
The Chimichurri sauce, originally from Argentina and Uruguay, is a perfect mix of all the Western flavours – oregano, jalapeno paired with parsley and cilantro. This olive oil based sauce is the best choice for steaks, grilled chicken, pork, and seafood! The red lobster brushed with Chimichurri will definitely keep you asking for more.
3. Classic Barbecue Sauce
Probably the most common and the most used after ketchup, the classic barbecue will always come to your gastronomic rescue – chicken wings, hamburgers, steaks, pizzas, grilled meat, seafood salads, lobsters, crabs – barbecue sauce will liven it up!
4. Sriracha Sauce
The Sriracha sauce can make any dish healthier and yummier. The best way to enjoy this sauce is with shrimp, roast chicken, and salmon! If you need a sauce for your meat burgers, Sriracha is the one!
5. Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
As the name suggests, this spicy sauce is made up of red peppers, mixed with garlic in an olive oil base. This creamy sauce paired with fried shrimps or scallops will make you the chef in the house! It’s an interesting combination when used with grilled or roasted chicken.
6. Pico De Gallo – Salsa
This Mexican sauce is an absolute delight, not just as a sauce but also as a dip. You can pair it with snacks chicken nachos or fish chips for a relaxed game night or a house party!
7. Tartar Sauce
The tartar sauce is the go-to seafood sauce as it the best choice for seafood like calamari, fried fish appetizers, fish sticks. This versatile sauce also adds a subtle flavour to your meaty snacks.
8. Asian Dipping Sauce
For lip smacking chicken satay, a delicious oriental dipping sauce is the perfect combination. Relish yummy dumplings and spring rolls with this delectable oriental flavoured sauce. Make sure you let the sauce sit in the refrigerator for at least 1 to 2 hours for the flavours to blend well.