Featured Recipes in "Sauce & Marinade Recipes"

Kentucky Street Dry Rub

Use this notorious Kentucky Street dry rub on cuts of beef, ribs, pork shoulder and lamb. The rub keeps for up to 6 months in a tightly sealed jar.
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  • Serves: Rub for 4 servings of meat

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 16, 2011

Lemon, Parsley and Dill Marinade

This delicate marinade delivers bright and fresh flavor to both chicken and fish fillets. Spoon it over the protein of your choice 30 minutes prior to cooking.
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  • Serves: Makes about 1/2 cup

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 16, 2011

Minty Dressing

Fresh mint adds bright freshness and invigorating taste to your favorite dishes. Enjoy this dressing drizzled over grain and legume-based salads, or spooned over lamb.
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  • Serves: 6 Servings

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 16, 2011

Roasted Chicken Rub

Roasted chicken is a delicious dish in itself, but when rubbed with this flavorful spice mix, it becomes a meal to remember.
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  • Serves: Rub for 1 (4-pound) chicken

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 16, 2011

Rosemary and Mint Sauce

This cool, creamy and fragrant sauce made with yogurt, rosemary and mint is especially delicious smothered over lamb burgers, kabobs or chops.
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  • Serves: Makes about 1-1/4 cup

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 16, 2011

Southern-Style Pork Shoulder Rub

Down South they know exactly how to enhance the flavor of various cuts of meat with intense spice blends such as this recipe for a pork shoulder rub.  
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  • Serves: Rub for 1 (3-pound) pork shoulder roast

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 16, 2011

Tomato and Ginger Sauce

Toss this sauce with your favorite Asian-inspired noodle salad, or spoon it over fried rice or a stir-fry.
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  • Serves: 6 Servings

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 16, 2011

Champagne, Dijon and Tarragon Dressing

Champagne vinegar, Dijon mustard and fresh tarragon make a slightly sharp and aromatic dressing that is delicious tossed with pasta and grain-based salads.
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  • Serves: 4 Servings

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 16, 2011

Caper and Avocado Dressing

Thick and rich with an enjoyable tangy and salty bite, this caper and avocado dressing is ideal for a simple romaine salad.
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  • Serves: Makes 1 cup

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 15, 2011

Citrus and Mustard Glaze

Brush this citrusy mustard mixture over pork or lamb chops while broiling or grilling. It creates a delicious sweet and savory glaze.
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  • Serves: Glace for 8 chops

Recipe provided by SheKnows on Jun 15, 2011