Sweet Onion Sauce

I usually try to make this the day before we need it or at least a few hours ahead of time so that the flavors can meld together but if you need to use right away it’s still delicious.

This makes a big batch… about 2-3 cups worth… so you may want to half it if you don’t need as much.

We reuse some old squirt bottle from other condiments to store this in once it has cooled down. I have also kept it in glass jars but they are a little more difficult to control when pouring.

This is great on sandwiches and can be used as a salad dressing as well. My family has put it on a variety of different foods and even used it as a dip for chips or in place of ketchup on their fries!

Tip: blend your onion in the food processor or blender and add a bit of the water to it so it gets smooth!

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Creole Spaghetti

This is another recipe that I’ve had since high school… it has always been a big winner in our home. I’ve come a long ways since Home Ec class and I rarely measure anything anymore but it’s a good thing I’m putting these recipes online as this one is getting so worn that the ink is smudging badly. I also like using a little bit of minced garlic in mine as well. You might also like this recipe: Mama’s Secret Spaghetti Sauce.

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Homemade Caramel Sauce

I have a few recipes that call for caramel sauce and this homemade version is just so much better than the store-bought kind! It is pretty simple to make as well! Continue reading “Homemade Caramel Sauce”

Easy Tartar Sauce

We don’t use a lot of tartar sauce but it is requested every now and then. My kids like to eat it when they have fish sticks.

This recipe is so simple and I usually have all of the ingredients on hand. You can also add minced onion and seasonings to it to make it suit your tastes. Continue reading “Easy Tartar Sauce”

Mama’s Secret Spaghetti Sauce

Mama’s Secret Spaghetti Sauce

Mama’s Secret Spaghetti Sauce

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