May 25, 2013 at 5:51 PM (Grilling, Homemade Condiments, Recipes, Sauces, Stocks and Gravies, Whats for Dinner?)
Tags: barbeque, bbq, cooking, grilling, Nutrition, paleo, recipe, Sauce, sugar free, tomato
Perhaps you have figured this out by now, but we love a big hunk of roasted meat around here. So we get pretty excited when barbeques season finally arrives. Here in Michigan, it lasts for about 5 minutes, so we take full advantage. I came up with this dipping sauce a few years ago and we fell madly in love. The charred vegetables give it a smoky flavor that is so addictive! This sauce is great on any kind of meat or fish. I particularly love it on kabobs. Mmmmm kabobs….
Sugar Free Roasted Dipping Sauce
3/4 lb cherry tomatoes
8 cloves garlic
6 chile peppers, stemmed ( we like Serrano or jalapeno)
2 shallots, halved
1/2 red pepper, seeded
1/4 cup fresh cilantro
2 Tbsp fish sauce
1/4 tsp kosher or sea salt
- Place vegetables (tomato, garlic, chiles, shallots and peppers) on hot barbecue grill (or broiler) for 8 -10 minutes until blackened and charred.
- Place garlic, chiles, shallots and peppers in food processor.
- Pulse until chunky
- Add tomatoes, pulse until incorporated, but not pureed
- Stir in cilantro, fish sauce and salt.
Serve warm or cold alongside your favorite barbecued meat. This is a very versatile sauce. We have used it with grilled steak, pork loin, kabobs, shrimp, bass, trout, and chicken. It is also great served with any Mexican dish!
Let me know what you think!
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April 22, 2012 at 1:01 AM (Canning, Fast, Recipes, Sauces, Stocks and Gravies, Simple)
Tags: Chicago-style pizza, Cook, DIY, easy, Frugal Recipes, Health, Home, homemade, housekeeping, kitchen, paleo, Pizza, real food, Recipes, Sauce
I make homemade deep dish pizza once in a while, and it is always a big hit. This pizza sauce is our favorite. You can use home-canned, plain, unflavored tomato sauce or whatever organic tomato sauce you can find at the store. I think this fall I am going to try my hand at fire-roasted tomato sauce during canning season. I think it adds amazing flavor.
Fast Easy Pizza Sauce
1 8 oz can of tomato sauce
1 tsp oregano
1/2 tsp marjoram
1/2 tsp basil
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp sea salt
Combine and let sit for at least 1 hour.
February 25, 2012 at 6:54 AM (Homemade Condiments, Real Food Snacks, Recipes, Sauces, Stocks and Gravies, Simple, Whats for Dinner?)
Tags: Cheese, Cook, food, Nachos, Sauce
I love nachos! It am a bit of a cheese addict I must admit. But us real foodies love to read our labels don’t we? That means no more cheese sauce out of a can 🙂
Real Food Nacho Cheese Sauce
1/2 cup yogurt cheese
1 cup raw cheddar cheese, cubed
1 1/2 cups raw whole milk
splash of hot sauce
1 jalapeno peppers seeded and chopped
half of a small red bell pepper, diced
1/4 raw whole milk
2 Tbsp flour
In saucepan melt cheddar and yogurt cheese. Add hot sauce, peppers and half of the milk (3/4 cup) Stir until incorporated well. Add remaining milk and stir.
Mix 1/4 cup of milk and flour, whisk to remove lumps. Add this to your cheese mixture and boil gently until thick.
Now if you really want to impress someone you can make your own tortilla chips in a hurry. I take the leftover homemade tortillas that are a little on the stale side and cut them into triangles. Fry them in a cast iron skillet in really hot oil. It doesn’t take long, maybe 2-3 minutes. I use beef tallow and they are so delicious. I love me some beef fat! 🙂
This recipe freezes and reheats very well. If you want to make a large batch, go ahead! Stores in the fridge for 1 week, or in the freezer for 3-6 months.