Posts Tagged ‘Sauce’

Mushroom, Freakshow and Horseradish Sauce

Don’t let the name throw you off, this sauce is great with antlered game and waterfowl. Goes great over any venison cut. The “Freakshow” in this instance is Michael David Winery’s Cabernet Sauvignon. You can substitute any dry red wine, too.   PrintMushroom, Freakshow and Horseradish Sauce Ingredients1 tablespoon olive oil 2 cups mushrooms, quartered…

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Linkie Marais’ Cranberry Chutney

This recipe is from Linkie Marais, another Food Network Star finalist on our show – and she’s good! Spoon this chutney over a perfectly cooked steak. It’s a little sweet, a little sour and great on any dark-fleshed game, feral swine, bison and domestic pork and beef. PrintLinkie Marais’ Cranberry Chutney Yield: Makes 2 cups…

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Hollandaise Sauce

Hollandaise sauce is a natural accompaniment for fish, shellfish and vegetables. The problem is, many folks have tried to make it the traditional way – with a double-boiler and a lot of whisking. Even then, the sauce can separate. The other option is to use the dry hollandaise mix in the packet. Works great, but…

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Artichoke and Basil Sauce

This is a simple sauce for fish that can be prepared in the blender in just a few minutes. You can heat it slowly in a saucepan, but, if you do, don’t bring it to a boil. I just spoon it over just-cooked fish. Don’t buy your basil in the small packages normally found in…

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