The Master Recipes

Yesterday I posted some of the tips I’ve learned for cooking without a cookbook. One tip was to put together a set of master recipes that are easy to do and make use of the ingredients you have on hand. Here is my list, organized by type of dish, in case you are looking for suggestions. Each item is linked to the actual recipe.

Soups

Pasta Dishes and Sauces

One-dish Entrees

Salads

Sides

Breads

Sauces and Condiments

  • Compound Butter – For flavoring scrambled eggs, chicken and fish, or just as a spread.
  • Garlic Confit/Oil – Use to make vinaigrettes, marinades, mayonnaise or just for sauteeing.
  • Pesto – Not just for using up herbs, pesto can also be made with cooked vegetables like asparagus, spinach or mushrooms, or with sun-dried tomatoes. Vary the cheese and nuts as well. Pesto also makes a great pasta sauce or spread for snacking or sandwiches.
  • Salsa – Puree and fry for a Mexican-style sauce. Leave chunky and raw for a great dip or relish.

Dips, Spreads and Snacks

Easy Desserts

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One thought on “The Master Recipes

  1. Food Recipes Hub 19 July 2010 at 7:30 am

    Nice posts.. i will try those…

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