Homemade Condiments

Homemade CondimentsA while ago I was sent a copy of the book Homemade Condiments by Jessica Harlan. This book is totally my kind of cookbook.  If I can make it instead of buy it, you know I will.  I only recently started making salad dressings and they were seriously lacking inspiration so this book has inspired me to step it up a notch.

The other night I made a Lime-Cumin Dressing that was fantastic.  It would be great paired with a Mexican meal or even on a wrap.  I drizzled it over some tossed spinach, red peppers, and cucumbers.  It went surprisingly well with the venison steak I grilled.

Homemade CondimentsI also made a honey mustard recipe that turned out great as well.  I put it on a ham sandwich and I’m pretty sure it would go really well as a dipping sauce too.

There’s also a chocolate almond Nutella type spread that I’ve got all the ingredients for.  It’s on the list to make as soon as the massive tray of brownies I made yesterday is gone.  I can only handle the temptation of so much chocolate at a time!  I’m definitely going to make some of the different ketchup recipes in here this summer as well.

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Disclaimer: I received a copy of Homemade Condiments for free, opinions on this blog are my own!

11 thoughts on “Homemade Condiments

  1. Rosie

    I was just talking about this last week! I would love homemade condiments! I love my Japanese sweet and sour sauce :)

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  2. Jodi

    I made mustard for Christmas presents last year. It is easy, super cheap and customizable. I am ready to make more condiments!

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  3. Kate I.

    I’ve not yet made any of my own condiments but would love to try my hand at making ketchup from the tomatoes grown in my garden.

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