Blue Cheese Sauce Recipes

Choose Your Favorite Blue Cheese Sauce

Blue cheese sauce is a rich and flavorful topping for pasta, meat or even vegetables. A little bit goes a long way, so you don't need to eat a huge portion (unless you want to, of course!). Using a high-quality blue cheese is important, since most blue cheese sauces don't have many ingredients and the flavor of the blue cheese really comes through. 

If you don't already have a favorite type of blue cheese, a few to try in blue cheese sauce are: Gorgonzola, Cashel Blue, Buttermilk Blue and Maytag Blue. 

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    Easy Blue Cheese Pasta Sauce

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    Easy Blue Cheese Pasta Sauce. © Image 2014 Jennifer Meier

    It doesn't get easier than this - simply combine butter, blue cheese and parsley with pasta and you'll end up with a full-flavored, decadent dish. The blue cheese and butter melt into the noodles, coating them with incredible flavor. Save some cheese to crumble on top at the end along with a handful of minced parsley. 

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    Blue Cheese Sauce for Chicken

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    Blue Cheese Chicken. © Image 2012 Jennifer Meier

    If you're not sure which blue cheese sauce to try, start with this one. Rich in texture and flavor, this silky sauce is amazing over chicken, although you can pretty much pour it over anything. For a really satisfying main course, add pasta to this recipe. 

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    Baked Blue Cheese Chicken

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    Baked Blue Cheese Chicken. © Image 2014 Jennifer Meier

    This full-flavored and rich sauce tastes more gourmet than it really is. Cream cheese is blended with blue cheese and a few seasonings to make a sauce that can be baked with chicken or heated up alone and served as dip.

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    Blue Cheese Sauce for Steak

    Blue Cheese Sauce for Steak

    The Spruce 

    You only need a dollop of this thick blue cheese sauce on top of your steak to make a memorable meal. This sauce is also great as a blue cheese topping for hamburgers.