Sauces & spices

Ragu Napoletano

Found yourself in the mood for trying some good Italian food? Then just try out this delicious Ragu Napoletano on your pasta! It’s got 3 types of meat, lots of tomato sauce, red wine and fresh basil. It’s quite versatile, so you can use it in lasagna, or even serve it on its own!

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Bolognese Sauce

Bolognese Sauce is a slow cooked sauce, originating from Bologna, Italy, hence the name. It’s traditionally made with ground beef – but you can also use veal or pork – vegetables, tomato sauce and a touch of wine. Try making it at home, so you can enjoy a real authentic Italian dish, such as pasta, lasagna, pizza…you know, the classics!

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Bechamel Sauce

Bechamel Sauce

We all know what Bechamel sauce is by now, right? It’s also known as white sauce, and it has butter, flour and milk as its base ingredients. Although it began showing up in Italian cookbooks, now it’s a sauce used worldwide in a variety of dishes. Lasagna is the most traditional example that comes to mind, but you can also use it on steaks or burgers!

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Bearnaise Sauce

Béarnaise sauce comes from French cuisine and is derived from the more famous Hollandaise sauce. It’s traditionally made of butter, egg yolks, white wine vinegar and a few herbs. Serving it with a steak makes for a delightful experience, but you can also try it with fish or poached eggs!

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Caramelized Onion Dip

Looking for a nice dip to help nachos melt in your mouth? Why not try this recipe for caramelized onion dip? All you need to do is to caramelize a chopped onion, and then mix it with a bit of cream cheese, sour cream, spices, and herbs. Try it and see if you like it.

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