I'm going to try something a little different this month. I've been kicking around this idea in the back of my head for a while, let's see what happens. The most difficult part may be coming up with an appropriate cover photo.
Basically you start with a wrapper. Like pie dough, pizza crust, a lettuce leaf, tortilla or crepe. Then you put a filling in it, like cheese or crab meat or fruit. Then add a sauce, either inside the wrapper or put on top. Or just on the side as a dipping sauce.
Examples with the sauce inside would be a calzone, a gyro with tzatziki, or a beef and onion gravy Cornish pastie. Outside sauce would be like a smothered burrito, a relleno with red chile sauce like I made for the January challenge, or perhaps a crab and cream cheese omelet with hollandaise, a jelly filled glazed donut.
Spring rolls are a good example of a sauce on the side, or maybe a scoth egg with a zingy mustard. I imagine it would be easy to come up with a sushi plate that had an inside sauced roll, an outside sauced roll and a dipping sauce roll.
I see all sorts of savory dishes and perhaps more excursions into the sweet side this challenge. Like chocolate eau claires.
And such a concept applies to pretty much every cuisine on the planet, so there is a lot of inspiration out there.
So simple requirements - a wrapper ( preferably edible, corn husks and banana leaves can be used, but ... ) a filling, sweet or savory, and a sauce. Three components singing in harmony.
Let's see what sort of symphony we can create.