10 Homemade Condiments That Make Great Hostess Gifts

10 Homemade Condiments That Make Great Hostess Gifts

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Anjali Prasertong
Nov 27, 2012
Homemade condiments are always a special addition to a meal, but not everyone has the time or inclination to make their own ketchup or Nutella from scratch. That's why a thoughtfully-chosen homemade condiment makes a wonderful hostess gift, packaged in a pretty jar and tucked into the fridge for the hosts to enjoy days or even weeks after the party. This list includes a little something for everyone, from the health-conscious friend who might enjoy a new spread on her morning toast (coconut butter) to the busy parents who would appreciate an all-in-one marinade/dipping sauce/dressing for quick weeknight meals (Korean seasoning sauce). Pack your gift in a nice jar or other airtight container and if it's a more unusual condiment, be sure to include instructions on how to serve it, or a recipe that uses it. STAPLESHomemade Ketchup6 DIY Mustard RecipesHomemade Tahini SPICY SAUCESThai Sweet Chili SauceKorean Seasoning SauceLizano-Style Costa Rican Salsa SPREADSCoconut ButterQuince Paste (Membrillo)Cinnamon Honey ButterHomemade Nutella Related: 15 Hostess Gifts Under $15 (Images: See linked posts for full image credits)
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