How To Make Newburg Sauce

Sauces add plenty of spice to your food. It is very important to have a tasty sauce; otherwise, the whole meal will be dull. It is an established fact that a yummy sauce enhances the taste to a great deal. On the other hand, a bland sauce can even turn a delicious meal into a boring one.

For example, you are preparing food for several guests on a short notice. In a hurry, you have slightly spoiled the taste. Since the guests are very important, you cannot afford to disappoint them. In the meanwhile, you don’t have any time to prepare the whole meal again.

Now, the only solution is to prepare a delicious sauce. With a good sauce on the dining table, the guests would hardly feel any major mistake in the food. Hence, a good sauce can save your respect in front of your family and friends.

Choosing an appropriate sauce is also very important. You can serve the same sauce every time. Although the sauces don’t stale quickly, it is always better to prepare fresh sauces after a while.

A few sauces are very easy to prepare and Newburg Sauce is certainly amongst this category. One does not require much time and too many utensils to prepare this delicious sauce, which is a huge hit when it comes to seafood. One can also add it to another dish to enhance the taste.

Prep time: 30 min
Cook time: 45 min
Total time: 75 min
Yield: 05-07 servings
Utensils: Saucepan, spoons, burner, bowl, kitchen papers, and cooking spoon.

Ingredients:
All purpouse flour: 2 tbsp
Seafood redi-base: 2 tsp
Old bay seafood seasoning: 1/2 tsp
Paprika: 1 tsp
Butter: 2 tbsp
Worcestershire sauce: 1/2 tsp
Dry sherry: 2 tbsp
Heavy cream: 2 tbsp

Instructions

  • 1

    First of all, take a saucepan and melt butter on medium heat. Don’t heat the pan too much before putting in the butter.

  • 2

    Add the flour to make a fine roux. Now, it is the time to whisk water and the redi-base slowly. Blend it well.

  • 3

    The third step is to include old bay seafood seasoning, the paprika, and the worcestershire sauce. Mix all the ingredients smoothly with the spoon.

  • 4

    After adding the seasoning, paprika and sauce, remove the pan from the burner. Without any delay, add the sherry and cream. Slowly whisk it, making sure that the cream is fully mixed.

  • 5

    Your sauce is ready to serve. You can present it now, or add to another recipe or dish.

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