HP Guinness Sauce

HP Guinness Sauce created by southerntransplant

A lost classic... From 2011 to 2013 I fell in love with HP Guinness Sauce only to discover it's no longer made. As my reserve is almost gone, I set out to reverse engineer it and this is the result. It's very close to the original by my palette, is excellent on nearly all meats and as a dipping sauce for anything fried!

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2hrs 40mins
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directions

  • Dissolve the cornstarch in the cold water.
  • Add all ingredients to a large pot.
  • Bring to boil.
  • Simmer, stirring often for 2-1/2 hours on medium heat.
  • Bottle in sterilized glass bottles or jars while still very hot.
  • Refrigerate after opening.
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"A lost classic... From 2011 to 2013 I fell in love with HP Guinness Sauce only to discover it's no longer made. As my reserve is almost gone, I set out to reverse engineer it and this is the result. It's very close to the original by my palette, is excellent on nearly all meats and as a dipping sauce for anything fried!"
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  1. Sauce Fanatic
    Splendid. Simply splendid. What a wonderful gift, to be able to continue to enjoy a sauce that is no longer commercially available. This recipe is just as good, and perhaps even better, than the original! Thank you!
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  2. southerntransplant
    HP Guinness Sauce Created by southerntransplant
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  3. southerntransplant
    A lost classic... From 2011 to 2013 I fell in love with HP Guinness Sauce only to discover it's no longer made. As my reserve is almost gone, I set out to reverse engineer it and this is the result. It's very close to the original by my palette, is excellent on nearly all meats and as a dipping sauce for anything fried!
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