I recognize that the title is very vague. How would one use this Magic Sauce? I like it mixed with leftover rice, peas and cooked chicken for a tasty salad. It pairs well with eggs, baked potatoes, and grains, like farro and quinoa. It can also be used as a marinade or before grilling or roasting. The author, Heidi Swanson, describes it “as versatile as a black dress. Although, it's not really the little black dress of sauces. Think more bohemian that that - earthy, intricate and interesting. Completely approachable.” It’s great to have this jar of sauce on hand to take your ingredients from mundane to magical.
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