Orange Marmalade Spicy Mahogany Sauce
Making sauces is a great way to get rid of little bits of this and that! And, that’s just what I did with this sauce~~rather than throwing out a dab of ketchup or just a tad of rice vinegar, I decided these small amounts would be perfection in a sauce! This ‘Orange Marmalade Spicy Mahogany Sauce’ is rich and thick and the color of mahogany~~it shines and glimmers and tastes amazing on pork or chicken. What a great way to liven up just a regular piece of meat~~you really don’t need to do much to the meat other than sea salt and pepper, throw it on the grill, then let the sauce bring out all the other flavors!
Makes: About 1 cup
What you need:
1/4 cup ketchup
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup orange marmelade
1 tsp rice vinegar
2 tsp Korean Sweet & Spicy Sauce (Annie Chun)~~or substitute your favorite hot sauce!
2 tbl chopped chives (optional)
What you do:
Put all the ingredients in a sauce pan over medium heat. Bring to a low simmering boil. Cook for about 15 minutes and the sauce will thicken. Optional: Add chives. Serve on pork or chicken!
Hooray for creative sauce making and naming! (Ingredient “recycling” at it’s finest.) Ally, I love the sauces you come up with and I agree, there’s no need to throw somethin’ out when you can make somethin’ like this with it!
Kimmmeee…we’re both ‘waste not, want not’ girls! Geeeze, I HATE to throw out something, so there’s always a re-purposing! I’m doing another post that I think you’ll like! xoxo
Oh man ! I would love these with your peas !
OMG, Lori! You are so right…this would be great on the peas!! xo
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