How to Make Creole Sauce

creole sauce served over rice with stuffed pepper and garnished with lemon and bay leaf


Creole Sauce, or Sauce Creole, is a Creole classic-tomatoes with lots of the Holy Trinity-a Creole and Cajun cooking staple comprised of yellow onions, bell peppers, and celery.  Add some customary Louisiana spices and seasonings and a slow simmer and you have created a traditional Creole Sauce that will elevate just about anything to a Creole classic. Here’s Sweet Daddy D’s no-angst method to make this delicious sauce. Continue reading “How to Make Creole Sauce”

Cajun Thousand Island Dressing

cajun thousand island dressing on tomatoes and lettuce on a plate

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Why go to the trouble of preparing a delicious dinner just to bring out a bottle of some commercial salad dressing…it’s hard to find a good one and there isn’t much special about any of them. A homemade salad dressing just seems to put an exclamation point on a nice dinner. The best part is you won’t believe how easy a good homemade salad dressing is to make. Sweet Daddy D’s Cajun Thousand Island Dressing gives a special Cajun twist to the timeless classic…it’s simple and you know its no-angst!

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How to Make Bechamel Sauce

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This is a very simple sauce, but it is  considered in French cuisine as a foundation or Mother Sauce.

Once mastered, and it’s easy to do, the Bechamel Sauce can be the foundation for many other sauces. Let’s take a look at Sweet Daddy D’s version…simple and no-angst.

Mornay Sauce made from bechamel and other flavors
Bechamel is the foundation of many flavorful sauces, like this mornay.

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