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Korean Kimchi Barbecue Sauce

Not to be confused with any of the traditional sauces or marinades used in Korean barbecue, this is a sauce that combines funky Korean flavors like kimchi and gochujang (Korean chili paste) with a barbecue sauce-style ketchup base. It's delicious on grilled chicken, pork, and shellfish like shrimp.

from Crazy Vegan Kitchen

Indian Spiced Sweet Potato Fries with Parsley Cashew Dip

Indian Spiced Sweet Potato Fries with creamy Garlic Parsley Cashew Dip. Vegan. #simple #vegan #sweetpotato #cashew #fries

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Crown Roast of Lamb With Couscous Stuffing and Pistachio-Mint Sauce

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Buffalo Barbecue Sauce

Why relegate Buffalo sauce to chicken wings? Here, we've borrowed those flavors—namely, Frank's Red Hot Sauce and butter—and worked them into a slightly thicker ketchup base.

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The Best Fried Chicken on the Planet: An Opinionated World Tour

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Chipotle Cream Sauce (perfect for grilled chicken, grilled shrimp, fish tacos, linguine and grilled chicken, chips/dip... endless possibilities.)

from Carlsbad Cravings

Buffalo Chicken Dip Stuffed French Bread

Mega flavorful Buffalo Chicken Dip Stuffed French Bread is your favorite decadent creamy, cheesy dip baked right into the loaf! Crazy delicious side or EASY crowd pleasing appetizer perfect for parties or game day! My friends always beg me to make this!

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3 Easy Barbecue Sauce Variations to Amp up Your Weekend Grilling

We've published a lot of barbecue sauce recipes over the years here at Serious Eats, but there's always room for a few more. For your next backyard cookout, consider one of these three extremely simple, easy ones: Korean kimchi, coffee-ginger, and Buffalo-style.