Syrian Za'atar--a delightful blend of dried herbs, sesame seeds, sumac, & usually salt. Many variations: Israeli often contains dill weed; Jordanian more sumac, making it redder; & Lebanese may contain orange zest. Typically used as a table condiment, like pepper. Add to oatmeal (for savory flavor) or eggs, mix with olive oil for a dip, sprinkle on bread before baking or season vegetables. Makes an excellent rub for chicken, lamb & seafood; pairs well with cauliflower & potatoes.
Raita is an Indian condiment made with yogurt (dahi in Urdu). It\'s used in Indian cuisine as an "antidote" to spicy food. But the yogurt not only cuts the heat, it tastes great too.Traditionally, raita is seasoned with cilantro, ground cumin, mint and red chili powder. For more texture, I added finely diced raw vegetables such as Persian cucumbers and tomatoes.
Fried shallots in shallot oil This is one of my favourite condiments which can be topped over almost any dish. I particularly love these fried shallots over plain porridge, fried rice or oyster sauce vegetables. I love them on its own as well - I can eat it as a snack. In my earlier attempts in
Hovmastarsas Recipe (Swedish mustard-dill sauce) | Sweden | Whats4Eats - (Swedish mustard-dill sauce) A classic accompaniment to gravlax, hovmästarsås, a dill-scented mustard sauce, is an excellent condiment for all kinds of fish and seafood. Hovmästarsås (pronouced "hohv-mestar-sohs") comes together in a snap. Another name for this creamy spread is gravlaxsås.
Recipe: SENSATIONAL STRAWBERRY SALSA Since it's strawberry season, why not tap into sweet and luscious seasonal strawberries by whipping them up in a homemade salsa! Salsa is a low calorie multipurpose food that can be used as a dip with vegetables and tortilla chips, a dressing on salads, a condiment on tacos, quesadillas, and fajitas, or a refreshing sauce to top baked/grilled fish, chicken, shrimp, and scallops.
Pickled carrots and radishes are a very common condiment in Vietnamese cuisine. In Vietnamese, they\'re called "đô chua", which literally translates to "pickled stuff". The vegetables are soaked in a sweet and savory mixture made of white vinegar and sugar.You\'ve probably seen the popular condiment in bánh mì sandwiches (I\'ll post the recipe tomorrow), gơi gà (Vietnamese chicken salad) or spring rolls. Carrots and daikon are a must