Sauce Or Dressing

Stewed apple

These sweet stewed apples are perfect for pie fillings and cereal toppers

Test Kitchen|Apr 05, 2020

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  • Carbonara

    A rich and very simple carbonara; an Italian pasta sauce from Rome based on eggs, cheese, bacon, and black pepper.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 18, 2020

  • Sticky date pudding

    This irresistibly rich all-time favourite dessert is so easy to make. The best part - that amazingly moreish butterscotch sauce.

    Test Kitchen|Feb 09, 2020

  • Bourbon & molasses barbecue sauce

    This rich bourbon and molasses barbecue sauce works well as a marinade or sauce on barbecued meats and burgers.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 16, 2020

  • Harissa spice paste

    This fiery chilli paste is responsible for the kick to many North African dishes and can also be used as a condiment for grilled fish and meat.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 14, 2020

  • Cinnamon brandy sauce

    This cinnamon-spiced brandy sauce is perfect for drizzling over puddings and desserts such as warm apple pie.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Dec 17, 2019

  • Brandy custard

    Serve lashings of this vanilla-infused brandy custard over puddings, pies and cakes.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 20, 2019

  • Bordelaise sauce

    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.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 17, 2019

  • Pork filet mignon with mushroom sauce

    A delicious and easy pork recipe with a side of mushroom sauce that makes a surprisingly fast and easy dinner.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 13, 2019

  • How to make a classic béarnaise sauce

    A béarnaise sauce recipe is just the ticket to elevate a delicious dinner of beef steak. The classic French béarnaise sauce is a bistro favourite for a reason.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 29, 2018

  • Hollandaise sauce

    Hollandaise sauce is one of the 'mother sauces', the five sauces proclaimed as fundamental and essential to French cuisine by legendary chef Auguste Escoffier.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 08, 2018