14 Sauce Recipes, From Avgolemono to Zhug

Sometimes, what you add to a dish to complement it is as important as the dish itself. Store-bought condiments are okay, but sauces are even better if you make your own, so try a recipe or two from our collection.

14 Sauce Recipes, From Avgolemono to Zhug
Sauces savory and sweet, from a riff on classic red sauce to warm melted chocolate.

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