Good morning. Genevieve Ko, Yewande Komolafe, Eric Kim and Melissa Clark teamed up this week to produce an unbelievable assortment of 20 sauces (above) to make and maintain in your fridge all summer time lengthy, concoctions to encourage your cooking and enhance your consuming. It’s the centerpiece of the printed Food part we delivered to subscribers this morning, and the very definition of a clip-and-save.
The sauces are divided by sort. There are recipes for inexperienced sauces: zhug, the Yemenite herb and chile sauce; an all-purpose inexperienced sauce; and charmoula, the North African relish and marinade.
There are recipes for salty-sweet sauces: Japanese teriyaki for salmon or rooster; Vietnamese nuoc cham; and Korean yangnyeom sauce, fried rooster’s best buddy.
Also for spicy sauces: West African sauce moyo, Buffalo sauce and Chinese chile crisp.
We have tangy sauces as nicely: a spoonable avocado salsa; a blistered tomato dressing; pyaz ka laccha, a South Asian onion relish; and a wasabi-soy sauce French dressing.
Creamy sauces make an look, too: Thousand Island dressing, tartar sauce and fry sauce.
And in fact there are candy sauces on your all of your end-of-meal wants, with recipes for rhubarb sauce, blueberry syrup, fruit caramel and a giant bowl of whipped cream.
Use them with abandon! It’s the summer time of sauce.
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