Low Cal Dill Sauce for Poached Fish

Low Cal Dill Sauce for Poached Fish created by Cookin-jo

This is a lovely sauce to serve over poached salmon or trout - Look at the calories and combine that with poached fish and you have a very tasty meal that is weight conscious

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  • Mix 1/2 cup milk, mustard, salt and dill weed in a sauce pan, stir and warm over medium heat.
  • Mix the cornstarch with a tbsp of milk to dissolve it.
  • Add cornstarch to the milk, stir and bring to a slow boil, lower heat and continue to cook for 2 minutes.
  • Just before serving stir in lemon juice.
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"This is a lovely sauce to serve over poached salmon or trout - Look at the calories and combine that with poached fish and you have a very tasty meal that is weight conscious"

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  1. choco chip
    I think this was pretty good. Creamy, a lot of dill flavor. I think it is missing something though. Maybe a little white wine? I'll probably try it again and play with the recipe some.
  2. Jade 3
    This one was delish. I put in closer to a tablespoon of dill, just because it was the first of the season and I was hungry for it. It was easy and went really great with our fish.
  3. DiLo4602
    What a delightful little sauce. I'm glad my boring days of lemon juice, salt and pepper are over! I had to make do with what I had so I used dried dill weed, and I only had honey-dijon mustard, but it turned out perfectly.
  4. lilquiz
    Nicely balanced sauce that would probably make up a nice pasta dish or cold to dress up some fresh sliced tomatoes. Served this with poached tilapia. thanks!
  5. Cookin-jo
    Low Cal Dill Sauce for Poached Fish Created by Cookin-jo
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