This sauce adds a fresh, light quality to any dish you serve it with and is so loaded with nutrients it should be considered a super-food level condiment. It's great with rice + beans, eggs, couscous, pasta, and grilled meats. Try it out!
Skip the whisking—by hand or in an upright mixer—and make Hollandaise sauce the super-simple way: in a blender! In this video, Saveur senior editor Keith Pandolfi demonstrates his masterful turning-on-the-blender technique.
This maple chipotle sauce is the base for my favorite yam and pepita quesadillas. Every time I make it I think it is going to be too much and I wonder how I will use it all up, but then it just seems to magically disappear.
Any blonde ale should do the trick for this recipe. It will go exceptionally well with the breadiness of the tortillas, and the earthy notes of the portobello mushrooms. A pilsner, brown, or wheat beer would also work well with the flavor profile.