The recipe for McDonald's Big Mac sauce has allegedly been leaked online and it is -- as most mass-produced sauces are -- a long list of oil, corn syrup, stabilisers, emulsifiers, flavourings and preservatives. It's (kind of) interesting, but not exactly helpful for those who want to replicate the sweet and tangy special sauce for their burgers at home.
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It's no secret that Rick and Morty fans are obsessed with McDonald's "Szechuan Sauce", a limited edition Mcnugget dipping sauce that came out in 1998 to promote the Disney film Mulan. If you want to find out what all the fuss is about, this DIY recipe is pretty damn delicious.
I'm a pretty big fan of dipping sauces, and believe they have many uses beyond dipping. Sweet chilli sauce and the like are obviously fantastic on their intended dippers, but next time you order takeaway, ask for a couple extras and set them aside for later use in sandwich spreads, dressings and marinades.
Marinara and other tomato based pasta sauces aren't too difficult to make on your own, but sometimes you don't have the time. This super simple trick can make a jar of the store-bought stuff taste like you've been working on it all day.
Anyone can grab a bottle of tomato sauce from the grocery store, but with just a little bit of extra work you can easily make your own condiments that are infinitely more tasty (and impressive) than any of the store-bought staples. Here are five mouthwatering condiment recipes to wow your guests and endear yourself to hosts.
Bechamel is a simple white sauce that can serve as a base for cheesy macaroni, creamy queso dip, white lasagna and all sorts of gratins. It's deceptively easy to make, and the above video can walk you through it.
Miso is a wonderfully salty paste made from fermented soybeans that packs a ton of savoury, umami flavour into a teaspoon. It's most commonly used in miso soup, but the funky seasoning can be used in a variety of delicious applications, from chip dips and sandwich spreads, to caramels and cake frostings.