Sauces Defined | Other Common Sauce Terms
Sauces are liquids of various thicknesses that are flavored or seasoned to enhance the flavor of food. Sauces can be sweet, sour, spicy, or savory and may be added to the food to become part of a main dish or used as an accompaniment to the food being prepared.
A tuber vegetable originating from Central America that is typically referred to as either a Sweet Potato or yam in the U.S. It is common for food stores to display and people to refer to the Sweet Potato as a yam, when it is actually a Sweet Potato.
Here's a tasty idea for using some of those fresh vine-ripened tomatoes from your garden: make your own homemade tomato sauce. Nothing makes tomato sauce stand out more than when you use your own garden-fresh tomatoes.
If you've never cooked corn on the cob on the grill, you don't know what you're missing. Get started by watching this video demonstration, which shows you one of the numerous methods for grilling sweet corn.
There are many ways in which blueberries can be used. They make a great snack when just eaten on their own or they can be made into a sauce or topping to serve with other foods, such as cheesecake, ice cream, yogurt, pancakes and waffles.
In reference to dishes with a flavor that is both sweet and tart. The flavor generally comes from the combination of both sugar and vinegar in making a dressing or sauce that is served with meat, fish or vegetables or a combination of these foods.
A type of bread that originated in Hawaii in the late 1950s, developed specifically by the Taira family of Hilo, who named the bread, “King’s Hawaiian® Sweet Bread." The recipe was inspired by a type of Portuguese sweet bread that was often supplied to sailors who preferred it during their lengthy ocean voyages.
A milk and/or broth-based soup made from the flesh of orange Sweet Potatoes. Typically, this soup contains bits of onion and garlic cooked in a chicken broth that is mixed with milk, yogurt or half-and-half as a base.