Sauces & Side Dishes

Most sauces are not normally consumed by themselves; they are created to add flavour to a dish. There are some sauces that can be used as a dipping sauce or even the base sauce for many different meals.

Chicken Gravy

Chicken Gravy

By Cowbridge Kitchen

Gravy is also called a Gravy Sauce and it comes in many different varieties, Onion Gravy, Beef Gravy or this tasty Southern Fried Chicken Gravy which is the perfect accompaniment for that Mid-week Chicken and Chips meal.

Although this Gravy-sauce is not meant to be consumed on its own, a portion of 240ml will provide:115kcal, 1.7g protein, 6.3g fat, 0.2g fiber and 5.7g sugar


pot of apple sauce with roast pork joint

Apple Sauce

pot of BBQ sauce

BBQ Sauce

a ladle of curry sauce with a tray of chips

Chip Shop Curry Sauce

pot of roast gravy

Roast Gravy

chicken gravy on a ladle

Chicken Gravy

pot of hollandaise sauce

Hollandaise Sauce

Ragu Sauce

tub of mayonnaise with egg, oil and chives on a chopping board


bowl of tomato / marinara sauce

Marinara Sauce

ladle of onion gravy with sausage and mash

Onion Gravy

pot of pesto

Pine-nut Pesto

pot of sweet and sour sauce

Sweet & Sour Sauce

caramel sauce on a wooden spoon dripping into a pot of sauce

Salted Caramel Sauce

cheese sauce whisked in a pan

Cheese Sauce

Honey and mustard sauce

Honey & Mustard Sauce

parsley sauce in a sauce boat

Parsley Sauce