No-Cook Summer Sauces
Dunk, Slather, Drizzle, Smother
Sauces can make or break a dish. Take your everyday meals to the next level with our quick, simple, and versatile dressings. Our promise: your summer menu will burst with flavor.
Aji Amarillo Sauce
You won't believe this Peruvian condiment's resemblance to classic nacho cheese sauce. Top tortilla chips, or stir into hard-cooked egg yolks for deviled eggs with a kick. Look for aji amarillo paste at Latin markets.
Top a baked potato or sandwich, or stir into chopped chicken and celery for Greek chicken salad.
Fresh Tomato Sauce
Top a pizza or bread for Italian bruschetta, or toss with penne. Seeding half the tomatoes keeps the sauce from becoming watery.
Dress a Cuban-style black bean and cilantro salad, toss with pulled chicken for tacos, or quickly pickle sliced red onions.
Drizzle over gazpacho, or toss with cooked shrimp and pasta for a zingy Argentine-inspired scampi. Adding whole garlic cloves to the food processor first seasons the work bowl so the sauce picks up more garlic flavor.
Brush this Syrian sauce onto grilled meat or vegetable kebabs, or stir into hot cooked couscous.
Sweet and Spicy Peanut Sauce
Stir into ground turkey for a savory burger, or toss with rice noodles and thinly sliced veggies for an Indonesian-style salad.