Whatever's on your grill will be even better when you slather on one of these homemade sauces.
An all-purpose sauce rub and an all-purpose sauce, for all your barbecue needs.
Olive oil soaks up flavor from pounded herbs, garlic, chilies, and spices in this fiery sauce.
Use the liquid from canned chickpeas to make an incredibly light, creamy vegan mayo.
Smoky, spicy, sweet, bright, and complex, this is the one salsa to rule them all.
Pair this creamy, herby aioli with grilled vegetables.
Sumac makes aioli bright and tangy.
Creamy aioli gets a flavor upgrade with spicy harissa.
A ketchup base is spiked with strong coffee, freshly grated ginger, a little dark chocolate, and molasses.
Frank's Red Hot Sauce and butter make barbecue sauce better.
Funky Korean flavors like kimchi and gochujang meet ketchup in this barbecue sauce.
100% foolproof and extremely quick homemade aioli.
Mint, pistachios, and feta make a deeply flavorful, rich variation on a classic pesto.
A spicy, smoky, and fruity sauce that's great with grilled meat.
Adding ketchup, citrus, and spice transforms store-bought salsa into the perfect accompaniment for fries, tater tots, and taquitos.
Sriracha and ketchup need a little honey, a little tangy rice vinegar, and some cilantro and lime for freshness.
Pineapple juice livens up this sweet and sour condiment.
Taking a cue from Kansas City barbecue sauce, this ketchup delivers the sweet tang with a little heat.
Give bottled sauce the perfect balance of heat, sweet, and tang.
Doctor up your bottled barbecue sauce with mango and pineapple juice.
Fresh herbs and preserved lemon make this sauce great on fish.
A shot of bourbon for you, another for your barbecue sauce.
Salting and draining the tomatoes guarantees better flavor and texture in this take on the classic Mexican condiment.
This relish will bring new meaning to the "hot" in hot dog.
Tangy balsamic finds a nice balance with ketchup, honey, mustard, and molasses.
With its bittersweet, tangy intensity, this salsa-like blend is best partnered with heartier, meaty dishes like grilled skirt steak.
Not just hot just for heat's sake.
An infinitely useful hot sauce.
Your secret weapon.
Give this tangy mayo-based sauce a chance.
A simple sweet-hot pickle and pepper relish for hot dogs and hamburgers.
Nothing says summer like the fruity heat of this mixture.
Got a few minutes? Then you can make your own mustard.
This condiment starts with mustard seeds soaked in vinegar along with a nice dark beer.
Complex and full-bodied, this sauce is ready to take on just about anything you have on the grill or smoker.
The Piedmont area of North Carolina's take on barbecue sauce is vinegary and hot.
A spicy, tangy, easy favorite barbecue sauce.
Thick, sweet, and tangy tomato-based sauce for barbecue.
This creamy sauce adds a little tang and a slight sharpness to beef.
Get your hot dog ready.
Brighter and fresher than bottled ketchup.
Baste it on some ribs.