This sweet and tangy basting sauce came from my husband's family. With just four ingredients, it's simple to stir up. A speedy alternative to bottled sauce, it can be brushed on chicken, ribs, pork or even turkey. —Jenine Schmidt, Stoughton, Wisconsin
"I often whip up this simple topping to pour over ham at church dinners," Tess Krumm comments. "It's long been a favored condiment there - and at home, too." The concoction's spicy zing comes from the dab of mustard this Fargo, North Dakota cook pours into the mix.
Add extra zip to Easter dinner with this easy-to-fix mix! Estelle Harp, who makes it regularly for meals at her Shawnee, Oklahoma home, relates that the combination of mustard, mayonnaise and other ingredients nicely enhances the smoky flavor of ham.
One day as a kid, I told my parents I didn't like what we were having for breakfast. They told me to make my own, and I've been cooking every since. I love cranberries, and the sweet-sour taste of this chutney goes very well with fall foods.—Andy Anderson, Graham, Washington