Garlic sauce has lots of variations and can therefore go with many international dishes. Depending on the recipe, a garlic sauce can be used in Italian cooking, in Asian cuisine, or in French food, such as a classic French aioli.
If fresh crab is hard to find for this appetizer, look for canned pasteurized crabmeat. Your supermarket should be able to order this product for you.
This pesto is flavored with dried tomatoes and basil. To create new flavors, try using different herbs, such as parsley or cilantro.
This saucy slow cooker recipe is full of beef strips, sweet pepper, onion, and bamboo shoots. The garlic and soy sauce ensures that it tastes just like a dish from a Chinese restaurant.
Bring an easy-to-share platter of this low-country favorite recipe to the table and everyone will be impressed. Toss in the lemon halves at the last to squeeze over the shrimp.
Zesty chili-garlic sauce and orange juice flavor the shrimp, broccoli, honey and tomatoes for a quick-and-easy weeknight dinner.
This grilled surf and turf entree is served Argentine-style. Marinate the fish and beef steaks with the flavorful sauce. Chimichurri sauce is a mixture of herbs and garlic and is the favorite condiment for grilled meats in Argentina.
This black-tie seafood and pasta dish takes only 30 minutes to make.
For a new summer favorite, brush shrimp or chicken kabobs with a sauce that's based on the classic Margarita cocktail.