We all know about the typical main dish sauces: gravies, cream sauces, marinara, vinaigrettes, bbq sauces, etc...
However, I find that many side dishes have their own great sauces that you don't typically find as an entree sauce. For example:
- Baked bean sauce/juices are great on meat.
- Glazed carrots' glaze is great with light/mild fishes.
I could absolutely see these sauces being used on their own - that is, without serving the beans/carrots. What other side dish sauces do you think deserve to be bumped up to entree sauce status?