There are a lot of lemon sauce options both sweet and savoury. There are recipes for lemon sauces suitable for chicken and fish to cakes and desserts.
This is an amazing sauce that will add deep flavour to beef, pork or chicken. Apply as a baste while barbecuing.
Here's a quick and simple recipe for delicious pork loin medallions or chops. All you do is baste the meat with a sauce of butter, lemon juice and garlic. Very basic, yet you won't believe how moist and flavourful the chops will be. These can also be done in the frypan or under the griller.
Baking salmon with a small amount of liquid and shallots produces exceptionally moist and succulent results. The creamy sauce is a cinch to make, with a base of low-fat yogurt and horseradish cream and brightened with fresh herbs and lemon.
Pan fried in butter and served with a lemon sauces with capers and chives. This white fish is a common New Zealand dish.
I got this recipe for a steamed carrot pudding with raisins and walnuts about 40 years ago from a friend who said it had been in her family for generations. Beautiful mix of flavours.
This is a garlic powered lemony dressing. It can be served with meat, as a seasoning in salad dressings, on pita bread sandwiches or as a dip. If sauce separates while in storage, just stir or blend again.
A lovely lemony basting sauce for chicken. You can also marinate the chicken overnight in the refrigerator, reserving enough sauce to coat the chicken as it cooks on the grill.
This sauce is absolutely delicious and can be had with pretty much any type of fish or even chicken. I like it with atlantic salmon the most, and generally serve it with a garlic mash and sauteed greens. After I couldn't find the original recipe I had to do a trial and error run with the sauce but am confident I now have it better than the original.
The flaky filo pastry keeps the fish moist and delicious. For a nicer presentation, cut each parcel in half at an angle before placing on sauce.
This thick garlic sauce can be used as a condiment on barbecued or roasted meats, as a salad dressing, or as a dip for pita bread. If you don't have an immersion blender you can use a regular blender, but you might not get the same results.