The best-tasting sauces in the world
Honey mustard sauce: -You can whip this up in a few minutes using simple pantry staples.
Cumberland sauce: -A fruit sauce that complements non-white meats such as venison, ham, and lamb, this English delicacy is also tasty as a cold snack.
Gravy: -Gravy is a sauce usually made from the juices of meats. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, it's traditionally served with a Sunday roast.
Mignonette sauce: -Traditionally served with raw oysters, mignonette—made with minced shallots, cracked white pepper, and vinegar—is the perfect seafood partner.
Sweet chili sauce: -A popular condiment in Thai, Afghan, and Malaysian cuisine, sweet chili sauce is often used as a stir fry sauce or a dipping sauce.
Aioli: -This ubiquitous Mediterranean sauce is made from olive oil that has been emulsified into mashed garlic.
Buffalo sauce: -Don't even think of serving up buffalo wings without buffalo sauce.
Walnut sauce: -A Genoa culinary tradition is to season pansotti (a kind of ravioli) with walnut sauce. Rich and creamy in texture and flavor.
Romesco sauce: -Bold and robust, romesco sauce is typical of Spain's Catalonia region, where it's prepared using nyora peppers, almonds, hazelnuts, garlic, and tomato.
Pebre: -A specialty from Chile, this spicy spread works with any savory dish, and is a barbecue favorite.