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If you're sick of plunging your knife into a glass ketchup bottle to avoid French fry oversaturation, or merely just concerned about recent reports of excessive sodium lurking in your favorite burger accoutrement, try dressing up your dishes the old-fashioned way with DIY condiments.
Five Easy and Creative Condiments You Can Make at Home: Richard Blais
Feel free to substitute any herbs you wish, or omit them entirely, but this combo is sort of a love child of salsa verde, aïoli and Vietnamese herb salad. Lather it on a crusty baguette with some roast pork and pickled vegetables, or serve it as a sauce for a seared piece of fish."
2. Mustard seed caviar
3. Red wine ketchup
5. rBQ sauce
Barbecue sauce is something that you can throw together in your pantry, a true 'quickfire,' so change it up and add and subtract how you like. I add the ham packet (Sazón) for umami, but feel free to substitute that with a splash of Worcestershire, where my family is from in England."
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