Raita is the yogurt and cucumber condiment that puts out the fire when you eat spicy Indian food.
The peanut sauce on this noodle dish is so good, it almost doesn't matter what's underneath!
A deep reddish-brown, flaky dried pepper with a mild smoky taste. It has a strong peppery kick, but not what you'd call "heat". Substitute it in recipes calling for urfa pepper, Aleppo pepper, or paprika. It's great in the sauce for roasted vegetables.
Chimichurri originated in Argentina, where it's still the most popular sauce for the famous beef of that region.
An all-purpose tartar sauce with the fresh taste of lemon and capers will liven up almost any grilled fish: swordfish, salmon, cod, or whatever looks best at the market.
Shake up your regular summer burger routine with these flavorful Greek turkey burgers, slathered with a yogurt and feta cheese sauce.
A compound butter made with chives and parsley from the garden. Use it to flavor any roasted or grilled vegetables.