Gourmet Sauces Plr Ebook

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Table of Contents

The History of Sauces
Basic Sauce Ingredients
Common Sauce Terms and Defintions
Tips for Buying Great Sauce Pots and Pans
Five Most Commonly Used White Sauces
A Few More Words ABout Béchamel
Five Most Commonly Used Brown Sauces
Five Most Common Butter-Based Sauces
Five Most Commonly Used Red Sauces
Five Most Commonly Used Dessert Sauces
Five Most Commonly Used Emulsified Sauces
Ten Tips from Expert Chefs on Making Great Sauces
1. Use high quality ingredients
2. Buy Demi-Glace and Stock Instead of Making It Yourself
3. Use the Right Equipment
4. Get Everything Ready Before You Start
5. Use a Wooden Spoon to Tell if You Reduction is Ready
6. A Great Sauce Comes from a Great Start
7. Check the Thickness of the Sauce Often
8. A Sauce Should Not Have Lumps
9. Sauces Take Time
10. Don’t Use Non-stick Pans for Sauces
Easy to Make American Sauces
Barbecue Sauce
Barbecue Sauces in Other Types of Cuisine
Seafood Sauces
Five Ingredients to Keep in the Kitchen to Make Seafood Sauces
Salad Dressings
Easy to Make Asian Sauces
Five Ingredients You Should Have in the Kitchen to Make Asian Sauces
The Five French “mother Sauces”
Five Ingredients You Should Have in the Kitchen to Make French Sauces
Easy to Make English Sauces
Five Ingredients You Should Have in the Kitchen to Make English Sauces
Easy to Make Eastern European Sauces
Five Ingredients You Should Have in the Kitchen to Make Eastern European Sauces
Easy to Make Indian Sauces
Five Ingredients You Should Have in the Kitchen to Make Indian Sauces
Easy to Make Italian Sauces
Five Ingredients You Should Have in the Kitchen to Make Italian Sauces
Easy to Make Middle Eastern and North African Sauces
Five Ingredients You Should Have in the Kitchen to Make Middle Eastern and North African Sauces
Easy to Make Spanish Sauces
Five Ingredients You Should Have in the Kitchen to Make Spanish Sauces
Fruit Sauces and Syrups
Five Ways to Use Fruit Sauces and Syrups to Dress up Ordinary Meals
Five Ways to Use Sauces Everyday
Where to Find the Best Ingredients for Your Homemade Sauces
Ways to Save Money Buying Sauce Ingredients

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Thick, rich sauces are one of the delights of really great food. Have you ever gone to a restaurant and fallen in love with one of the great gourmet sauces that the chef prepared? Almost everyone has at some point or another. Sauces can make an ordinary dish an instant gourmet classic. Learning to make thick, rich, flavorful sauces is easier than you might think, and if you have an innate love of cooking and of gourmet food you can learn how to make your favorite restaurant style sauces at home for a lot less money than you’d pay to eat out everyday.

Cooking gourmet sauces at home is practical too. With money getting tighter for a lot of families one place that most people try to cut back on is food. But no one wants to eat the same boring food day after day. You can use gourmet style sauces prepared by you at home to spice up the same old meals or revive leftovers so that you can still stick to your food budget without getting bored with your meals. For example, if your favorite grocery store is having a sale on chicken breasts you can stock up while they’re on sale and prepare chicken three or four days of the week for dinner. Using sauces and spices you can create a different meal every time so that your family won’t be complaining about eating chicken for dinner yet again.

Some sauces do require exotic or rare ingredients that can be costly but most of time you can whip up some great, flavorful sauces with a minimum of ingredients. One of the great benefits of cooking with sauces is that you can use whatever ingredients you already have on hand to create a unique sauce to dress up almost any meal. Using sauces can be a cheap and creative way to vary your meals at home and get your favorite restaurant style food without having to pay restaurant prices.

Learning to make great sauces at home is something that you will have to practice at first, and you might have to invest in some better quality cooking supplies and update the ingredients that you keep on hand in your kitchen, but if you take the time to learn some of the best restaurant style sauce making techniques and keep some basic ingredients on hand then you will be able to whip up a tasty gourmet dinner for a fraction of the price of a restaurant meal which will save you money and be a lot healthier for your and your family.

The History of Sauces

Sauces have been documented as being used as far back as Roman times, and probably were used much earlier than that. Sauces originally were a way for ancient people to disguise the taste of food that was old or might not have been terribly fresh and also to preserve food that was at risk of going bad. Using sauces was also a way to create some variety in the ancient diet and to show off the wealth of the person serving the meal. Since spices and flavorings were extremely expensive and had to be imported to most locations from vast distances a sauce full of exotic spices served on a meal would show the people eating the meal that the person serving the meal had a lot of money.

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