I just love this sauce. You can add more or take away as you wish. I love prepared horseradish, so I have a tendency to add more. I eat this as a low fat snack with crackers or even celery. Just Love It.
This is based on a recipe from the local Sunday paper with a bit of adaption on our part. I've allowed a little extra time on the preparation if cracking your own peppers (I use a grinder on pulse for a rough cracked pepper).
This is the recipe used in our local country pub and given to me by the chef. You can also brown some chopped bacon (a smoked bacon is nice) with the mushrooms and follow the recipe to make a very easy entrée served on crisp buttered toast or add some chopped cooked chicken to the sauce (we like it with bacon & chicken) and serve stirred through some hot cooked pasta spirals for a quick meal. It is a very versatile recipe but we like it best served over a nice juicey grilled steak. :)
Note: I use a good heaped teaspoon of crushed garlic from a jar in place of the 1 clove garlic because we like garlic and also I season well with freshly ground black pepper & a little salt if needed.
Only 3 ingredients: Current jelly, mint jelly and chili sauce. Serve over 6-8 salt and peppered grilled chops. From "Bach's Lunch-Picnic and Patio Classics" which was published by the Junior Committee to benefit the Cleveland Orchestra.
Fresh tradtional Alfredo Sauce. I know that everyone and their dog has an Alfredo Sauce. I got this recipe from a little Italian lady that took me under her wing to teach me how to cook good Italian food. She learned how to cook from the old country and cooked professionally in Victoria, BC until she retired. Enjoy!
I have found that this white sauce is just as good as a sauce made with a roux, but much quicker and easier. Add cheese or stock cubes depending on the recipe. Adding a spoon of honey makes for a lovely sweet sauce.
I had a squash I hadn't gotten around to using yet and decided to serve it with a cream sauce and chicken. I mashed the squash with butter and it was very pretty with the sauce on top! I mixed half and half and whole milk for my sauce, because I wanted it very thick.