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In this food tutorial learn a simple recipe for making a Creole sauce.
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How to Make a Creole Sauce
Now, that it’s sweated up very nicely, we’re going to give a little kick to it. You can use red wide or white wine. I just have a bottle of white open but I will prefer red since it is tomato. I am going to put quarter of cup of white wine, that is how you do this and then here is what we are going to do, take a little sweet— delicious!. So, this is only called onion and pepper with tomato, tomatoes with onion and pepper. And you can make this any way you want, where when you used to work a mile an hour, you have to follow tradition. So, this is what I enjoy doing.
I like to put wine in a quite a bit of things, but that wine reduced and we are going to add one pint of the one mile an sauce to that, and just bring it to one quick simmer and it is done. Why? Again, it is a finished sauce that we are using. You can do many things with that tomato sauce. You can use the tomato to make something or mile an hour sauce and even take the tomato sauce like tomato basil. There is a lot of fresh basil and minced it up and just add the tomato sauce at end and serve it. You want to cook some vegetables, a million one thing you can do with the tomato sauce.
Okay, let us reduce them up. See, we do not want it to burn. Now to that, we are going to add the one pint of already warmed up and this way, the fact that is warm, you do not have to wait. The flavors of the peppers and onions only take a couple of minute to get into the sauce and then most likely, this is a great sauce to use now. If you are going to sauté shrimps and the n just add this in the end, or want a piece of fish and have this or I am do with it, stock on the waste and I am going to cook a piece of fish and add more crumbs and that is going to be my dinner for tonight. It looks good and taste good. I will have a lot more hot sauce to this.
Follow this recipe like this, you will go crazy. It is fantastic! I love it! And I am going to add like couple of teaspoons out of hot sauce to this and go about making my dinner.