Learn to make all of your favourite sweet and savoury sauces. From bechamel to basil pesto and mayonnaise or even our sweet sauces like custard, chocolate sauce or lemon curd.
Don’t forget to check our guide to sterilising jars first.
Choose your favourite seafood sauce
Choose from one of five mayonnaise-based sauces to pair with your favourite seafood
This creamy, fragrant garlic flavoured mayonnaise is perfect for dipping your crispy chips or for dolloping over a homemade burger or sandwich.
Learn to make this fresh and zesty sauce then start drizzling it on everything you can find!
Hey presto, eat pesto!
Our unbeatable lemon curd recipe
Learn how to make lemon curd and you’ll unlock a delicious topping for toast, scones, pikelets and pancakes as well as a dreamy filling for tarts and sponge cake.
Dollop it on everything!
Sweet and sour sauce
Leek and saffron sauce
This leek and saffron sauce goes beautifully with fish and also as an accompaniment to grilled chicken breasts; pan-fried pork cutlets and steamed greens, such as asparagus and broccoli.
Alfredo pasta sauce
A creamy pasta sauce that can turn a busy weeknight dinner into something special. You can add ham, mushroom and spinach to the pasta to give it more bulk.
Rum cream sauce
Tempura dipping sauce
This is a simple Japanese dipping sauce recipe that is versatile and delicious.
Mixed berry sauce
Homemade mint sauce
Homemade mint sauce is nothing like the kind you buy in a jar.
Cinnamon brandy sauce
This cinnamon-spiced brandy sauce is perfect for drizzling over puddings and desserts such as warm apple pie.
Quattro formaggi sauce
Four cheeses! Need we say more? A beautiful balance of gorgonzola, pecorino, fontina and parmesan, this decadent sauce is easy to make and pairs perfectly with gnocchi or any kind of pasta.
Roasted capsicum sauce
A simple and versatile Spanish-style roasted capsicum sauce.
Simple tomato sauce
Red miso sauce
Authentic Japanese red miso sauce, also known as akamiso, from Australian Women’s Weekly.
Chocolate fudge sauce
Chocolate fudge sauce is the perfect accompaniment to ice-cream, puddings and poached fruit. Just one taste of our deluxe home made version and we’re confident you’ll never resort to the bottled stuff again.
Orange butterscotch sauce
Chilli dipping sauce
Chocolate butterscotch sauce
Creamy custard sauce
This creamy custard sauce is traditionally served cold and can be made well ahead of time. If you’re cooking for all the family you can leave out the liqueur, or just add it to half of the custard and serve in two different jugs.
Sweet chilli sauce
This tart, citrus-based sauce is one of the mainstays of Japanese cuisine. It is usually made with a citrus fruit called yuzu, which is not easy to obtain outside Asia. It is a perfect accompaniment to char-grilled sliced beef, steamed fish, tofu and asian greens.
This is a simple version of the classic French sauce, flavoured with red wine and shallots. It’s fantastic on a steak or roast beef.
There is some time involved in this recipe, but the rewards of home-made tomato sauce are well worth the efforts. You may never resort to the bottled stuff again!
Spiced with cinnamon, star anise and red chilli, this homemade plum sauce is a revelation in terms of complexity and depth of flavours. Use as a dipping sauce to spice up braised Asian greens or serve alongside beautifully roasted meats.
The perfect accompaniment to a steak dinner.
Combine smooth, creamy natural yoghurt with some seasoning and dill to create this lovely sauce. It is delicious with lamb.
Hot sauce is the perfect condiment to use if you want to add extra spice to your meal. Spoon a little hot sauce on enchiladas, tacos or even scrambled eggs.
Bread sauce is a classic English accompaniment to roast chicken or beef dishes.
There’s so much to love about this rich buttery sauce.
Homemade tomato sauce (ketchup)
Put your slow cooker to work.