3 HEALTHY SAUCE RECIPES (NO OIL)



Sauces can absolutely make a meal… they can also make it unhealthy, since so many of the sauces and dressings on store shelves are full of processed oils, …

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38 thoughts on “3 HEALTHY SAUCE RECIPES (NO OIL)

  1. Great video Derek, as always. Sauces are the key! Here’s one I improvised last night:

    3 tbsp tahini
    1/4 cup water
    1 tbsp mustard
    1 medjool date
    1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
    1/2 tsp smoked paprika
    1/2 tsp chili powder
    1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
    1/4 tsp onion powder
    1/4 tsp garlic powder

    Goes great with your black bean mixup

  2. Hannah 'Midge' Sheldon January 15, 2019 at 3:12 pm - Reply

    Please can you share a sweet chilli sauce recipe? It's my favourite but the store bought one is full of sugar

  3. I just started eating cleaner and I find what I need/miss the most is just something creamy and flavorful to pull it all together. I've been making a hummus sauce with 1 can chickpeas, tsp miso paste, little lemon, bit of tahini, and some parsley and smoked paprika and bit of extra water to thin it out. You can garlic to it and its be good but I'm aiming for lower fodmap.

  4. Hey remember how in one of your videos you said you lost your father to cancer? My father also passed away today and I’m 16 and I’m so lost and don’t know what to do, if there is something you could say, it would mean a lot. I’m vegan and so was my father and you were such a huge influence on me because you were so positive and vivacious, and I started eating healthier because of you. If you see this and have some advice it would mean a lot to me. Thanks.

  5. Derek-inspired improvised cheezy sauce:

    Small amount of water
    Tahini +
    Some dijon(or other mustard)
    garlic powder
    salt
    Nutritional yeast +
    vinegar.
    Alternatively pepper + some green herb should work well, thyme perhaps.

    I mixed that with macaronies… definitely not my proudest moment.
    The cheezy ingredients are the tahini and nutritional yeast so definitely take a lot of that less of the water.

  6. I just found your channel and I cannot wait to try all your delicious recipes. I'm plant based and I have been looking for recipes to recharge with after the gym. 😍

  7. Hi Derek,
    I plan on trying the sauces, thank you.
    This comment is for another video I watched, i apologize, i cannot remember which one it was, but you talked about making granola and other stuff in the dehydrator? Is there a video for that in the future?
    Thank you for all the vids.

  8. I couldn't agree more that sauces are incredibly important to amp up flavor and have variety in a meal. I have three go to's mostly because all of the ingredients are pantry staples:

    1- Peanut butter, soy sauce, chili-garlic paste, sesame oil, (warm water to dilute peanut butter)
    2- Tahini, lemon, zaatar, salt, pepper, cayenne, (warm water to dilute tahini)
    3- Olive oil, spicy brown mustard (or dijon), red wine vinegar, salt, pepper

  9. I've gotten inspirations from your dressings, so lately I've Come UP with my own.
    In my stir fries i always use a can of chickpeas, half in the fry and rest in the blender, along with White pepper, black pepper, garlic and onion powder and some nutritional yeast, its super good and a real game changer.
    Edit: also a splash of water. 😁

  10. #askmemonday yo bro-ski, I have a bad sweet tooth and it’s seriously the only thing holding me back from being shredded. Man please please please give me a healthy simple alternative to satisfy this dang sweet tooth! Thanks a mill

  11. These look so good! But I know I won’t eat that much sauce in one day. Do these sauces keep in the refrigerator? Or will they go bad if not used the same day?

  12. Yeah! Gratitude Derek

    1 cup of coconut meat (young coconut)
    1 cup of soak cashews or almonds
    1 tbs lemon juice
    Black pepper
    1 ts salt
    1 ts minced ginger
    1/2 cup of fresh basil

  13. Czarna Dziura Humoru January 15, 2019 at 3:12 pm - Reply

    Great video Derek!
    Thank you for the recipies 🙂 They look very yummy and I'll definitely try them out 🙂

  14. Quick question: do sesame seeds require grinding to be absorbed, or can they be eaten as they are and still get digested for their nutrients? Have read that if not grinded they pass through you undigested

  15. I just wanted to say thank you for your videos.. my wife and I are starting to become healthier and thinking about become pescetarian.. your videos have really given me an insight of what it's like to be vegan and have given me some great ideas to take control of my eatting habits.. i will continue to watch your channel

  16. I hate the texture of bell peppers and tomatoes, so I roast a bell pepper, jalapeno, and tomatoes and blend those up with some spices. LITERALLY all time favorite!

  17. This is the vid that iv been waiting for!! Thank you! Also, I just cleaned out all of my youtube subscriptions and only kept my top ten channels! Proud to say that you made it on that list! Ive been a loyal follower for a few years now because of your authenticity and continuous good vibes!!!!! Thank you Derek!

  18. Excited to try these!
    My favorite sauce recipe is
    1 tablespoon nooch
    1 tablespoon tamari
    1 tablespoon maple syrup
    1/2 tablespoon mustard
    1/2 tablespoon tahini
    A pinch of pepper
    1 tsp cumin

  19. Vegan Sour Cream:

    1 1/2 cups (225 g) raw cashews, soaked

    3/4 cup (190 mL) water

    2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

    2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar

    Scant 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt

    From OhSheGlows.com

    So good and so simple!

  20. btw: the last recepie with beetroot instead of berries and horseradish instead of lemoncest (1teaspoon).. is good to

  21. why do you use, onio/garlic powder instead of garlic/onions fresh?

    ups asked before you finished the recepie… then you explained…

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