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Tarragon Tartar Sauce
EatingWell's version of the classic, this can accompany just about any sautéed, broiled or grilled fish.
Sesame Mayonnaise
Use this tangy mayonnaise to enliven a burger or a chicken sandwich, as a dip for a platter of grilled summer...
Sweet & Tangy Watermelon Salad
Looks like tomato—surprise, it's watermelon.
Tomato-Herb Dressing
Tomato juice replaces much of the oil and helps this French-style dressing coat the salad greens. In addition to crisp...
Sesame-Soy Dressing
Green tea cuts the saltiness in this soy sauce-based dressing. You can also use it as a dipping sauce or as a sauce for...
Spicy Rouille
This bright red garlicky sauce (pronounced roo-EE) has a nice kick of cayenne. Traditionally an accompaniment for...
EatingWell Power Salad
Here's our take on a traditional chef's salad, which is anything but light fare when it's heaped with...
Cucumber-Mint Raita
Tame the heat of curries with this cool sauce, or serve it on Curried Cashew Burgers.
Fresh Mango Chutney
Zippy cilantro and ginger combine with fresh mangoes in this simple and versatile chutney. Serve it with grilled meats...
Summer Berry Fizz
A splash of balsamic vinegar adds a sour element to these refreshing cocktails.
Spinach Salad with Black Olive Vinaigrette
Good imported olives in a sophisticated dressing make eating your spinach a special pleasure.
Summer Blackberries
Orange and lemon juices add a citrusy punch to summer's best blackberries.
Sliced Fennel Salad
Serve this crisp salad as an antipasto before an Italian meal.
Fontina with Pears & Walnuts
There is a joyous interplay of tastes and textures in this very easy dessert. The idea is to eat a slice of pear with a...
Creamy Herb Dip
A perennial favorite with kids, this all-purpose dip can also be used as a sandwich spread.
Arugula-Mushroom Salad
A creamy garlic dressing is a nice foil for peppery greens. Feel free to substitute watercress for the arugula.
Black Bean Dip
This lively dip can be made in minutes. Serve with baked tortilla chips.
Watercress Mayonnaise
Watercress adds a subtle peppery bite to a creamy sauce to serve with seafood and poultry.
Rémoulade Sauce
This Cajun sauce on top of a baked potato is a delicious partner for broiled catfish.
Middle Eastern Tuna Salad
Try this in a whole-wheat pita pocket with fresh spinach and sliced red onion.
Cranberry Vinaigrette
A few staples make a tangy-sweet salad dressing which goes particularly well with bitter greens.
Papaya Relish
The relish is at its best served shortly after it is prepared.
Fresh Mint Chutney
This tangy herb chutney is delicious with grilled salmon or lamb. For the best results, make it shortly before serving.
Fresh Tomato Vinaigrette
Grating tomatoes is a terrific technique for getting body into the dressing without adding a lot of oil. Toss this...
Classic Coleslaw
For those who prefer creamy coleslaws to vinegary types, here's one that's rich-tasting with about a third of...
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