Worcestershire Sauce

(woos tur sure) Worcestershire sauce is a thin, pungent, dark brown sauce. Because it is commercially made, its exact ingredients are kept secret, but it is generally made with soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, tamarind, onions, molasses, and various seasonings.

Recipes

  1. Curried Snack Mix

    Curry and Worcestershire sauce spice up rice cakes, pretzels, and corn cereal in this low-fat snack mix.

  2. Fresh Tomato Bloody Marys

    The ingredients for Andreas Viestad's fiery Bloody Mary all come from his garden. Like a classic Bloody Mary made with tomato juice, it's a delicious brunch cocktail--with or without vodka. For savory flavor, add a few drops of Worcestershire sauce to each drink.

  3. Barbecue Sauce Pulled Chicken Sandwiches

    Mix a homemade barbecue sauce of tomato sauce, Dijon-style mustard, Worcestershire sauce , and honey or sugar substitute. Stir in shredded cooked chicken and serve the saucy mixture on hamburger buns for quick sandwiches.

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Articles

  1. Steak Pauline (The Steak Formerly Known as Diane)

    Fri, 20 May 2016

    As you may know, I haven’t posted for a while due to the sudden passing of my mother, Pauline. It’d been a tough few weeks, but she was the ultimate, “the show must go on” kind of lady, and so that’s what we’ll do. She had multiple surgeries in recent years that made it difficult, and often painful, to move around her kitchen. Despite this, she’d still somehow manage to bake a cake (or two), or make a big batch of cookies to bring to whatever family event she was attending. While cooking and eating with family was her greatest joy, she also loved going to restaurants. Going out for dinner on Friday night was one of our great family traditions, and while I don’t remember having Steak Diane cooked table-side, this dish represents that bygone era for me. Looking back, I realize this weekly respite meant much more to her than just a short break from cooking and dishes. Before I get into the recipe, I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for all the amazing thoughts and prayers I received during the last couple weeks. I’ve never met the vast majority of you, but nevertheless, it felt like I was hearing from hundreds of old friends, who somehow knew exactly what to say. There’s no easy way to lose someone you love, but your kind, comforting words, gave me strength. With that in mind, I present this incredibly delicious, Steak Diane, which I’m hereby renaming Steak Pauline, in my mother’s honor. Of course, there’s no official way to do this, except to simply do it, and hope it catches on. Even if it doesn’t, at the very least, many years from now, while surfing the web, I’ll stumble across a recipe for it, and I’ll smile, thinking of her. The procedure here is very straightforward, and relatively safe, except maybe for the exploding fireball step. As long as you turn off the flame, and keep your eyebrows at a safe distance while igniting the liquor, there shouldn’t be any real danger, and all those Oo’s and Ah’s are well worth the risk. Hey, that’s what insurance is for. However, the pyrotechnics are very much for show, and if you’re concerned, you don't have to ignite the cognac. The alcohol will still evaporate as the sauce boils, and the end result will taste the same. By the way, even if you don’t ignite the pan with a lighter, it can still flame up when you turn up the heat to reduce, so you still need to be a little careful. If you do decide to make this, I hope that above and beyond calling it “Steak Pauline,” you will also enjoy it surrounded by the people you love. While the flames in the pan eventually die out, the smiles they ignite, and the memories they produce, will be with you forever. I really hope you give this a try soon. Enjoy! Ingredients for 2 portions: For the sauce mixture: 1 generous tablespoon Dijon mustard 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon tomato paste pinch cayenne pepper 1/2 cup demi-glace (Or substitute 2 cups rich, low-sodium or salt-free chicken broth. It will take longer to reduce, but will still produce a great sauce. Just be careful with the salt.) 2 teaspoons vegetable oil two (8-ounce) beef tenderloin steaks, fully trimmed, pounded to 1/2-inch thick (top sirloin will also work nicely here) kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 tablespoon unsalted butter 3 tablespoons finely minced shallots 1/4 cup Cognac or brandy 1/4 cup heavy cream 2 teaspoon sliced fresh chives

  2. Easy Weeknight Dinner: Greek Lamb Burgers

    Wed, 16 Mar 2016

    Burgers 1 1/2 pounds ground lamb 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon snipped fresh oregano or 1 teaspoon ..... and toasted 1. In a large bowl combine lamb, Worcestershire sauce , half of the oregano, salt and pepper (try not

  3. Beer-Marinated Steak with Caraway Herb Butter

    Tue, 24 Nov 2015

    strong, dark German beer and whisked in whole grain mustard, Worcestershire sauce , and thyme. My kitchen was filled with the aromas of Oktoberfest ..... strong German beer 1 tablespoon whole grain mustard 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

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Videos

  1. How to Make Simply Better Steak

    Mon, 31 Oct 2011

    need is 1 cup of classic Worcestershire sauce ; 2-3 pounds of boneless ..... marinate that steak with our Worcestershire sauce like so and that will just ..... ve drained off any excess Worcestershire sauce , taking all that out of

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    to do so. So, what you'll need is 1 cup of classic Worcestershire sauce ; 2-3 pounds of boneless sirloin round or flank steak, today, we'll be using flank steak; 4 teaspoons of steak seasoning or salt and pepper to taste if you don't have steak seasoning, but we have some lovely seasoning, which we'll be using for our steak today. So, quite simply, the first process, we put our steak into a dip dish, and all we gonna do is marinate that steak with our Worcestershire sauce like so and that will just give a really intense and beautiful flavor ready for grilling. So, we wanna refrigerate that for
    it's looking good nice and marinated. So, we've drained off any excess Worcestershire sauce , taking all that out of there and so finally let's season our steak with that steak seasoning. As I said, if you
  2. How to Make a Beefy Pasta Skillet

    Tue, 4 Oct 2011

    of water, 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce , 1/2 cup of Cheddar cheese ..... for our sauce and goes the Worcestershire sauce to give that nice little ..... of water, 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce , 1/2 cup of Cheddar cheese

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    can of condensed tomato soup, 1/4 cup of water, 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce , 1/2 cup of Cheddar cheese shredded, 1/2 cups corkscrew-shaped pasta, cooked and drained. Well, the first thing we wanna do is brown or ground beef get our onions nice tender. So, let's put them pop them in to our nonstick skillet like so, and make sure to stir continuously with the beef to it gets brown on all sides and so we can break it up. So, as I said, just with your utensil, break the ground beef up and we wanna it brown on all sides. There you go. So, once our ground beef is browned and the onions are nice and tender, it will be time to add in the other ingredients. So once that's done, now it's time to add in our other ingredients. So, let's get our tomato soup in that goes. That's gonna be a lovely base for our sauce and goes the Worcestershire sauce to give that nice little extra kick, always works really well with ground beef. We'll add in our water in her too-- -Hey, everyone, I'm Judith. Well, today, I'm gonna be showing you how to make a Beefy Pasta Skillet, a really quick and simple dish for the family. So, what you'll need for this is 1 pound of ground beef, 1 medium onion chopped, 1 can of condensed tomato soup, 1/4 cup of water, 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce , 1/2 cup of Cheddar cheese shredded, 1/2 cups corkscrew-shaped pasta, cooked and drained. Well, the first thing we wanna do is brown
    That's gonna be a lovely base for our sauce and goes the Worcestershire sauce to give that nice little extra kick, always works really well with ground beef. We'll add in our water in her too
  3. How to Make Classic Maryland Crab Cakes

    Thu, 6 Oct 2011

    teaspoon of fresh lemon juice; 1/2 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce ; 1 large egg; 1 tablespoon flat leaf parsley ..... with crab cakes. The egg goes in there too, the Worcestershire sauce and the lemon juice. Alright, so let's get

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    of bay seasoning; 1 teaspoon of fresh lemon juice; 1/2 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce ; 1 large egg; 1 tablespoon flat leaf parsley; fresh parsley we're using there. We have some lemon wedges for the end to
    really well with crab cakes. The egg goes in there too, the Worcestershire sauce and the lemon juice. Alright, so let's get our fork and we're just gonna whisk all of that together and that is
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Food Blogs We Love

  1. Spinach Burgers

    Wed, 25 Jul 2012

    2 lb. lean ground beef 1/2 c shredded low fat cheddar cheese 2 T Worcestershire sauce 3 cloves garlic, sliced thin Salt and pepper to taste 8 small Portugese rolls Pam Preheat grill. Spray a skillet with Pam and

  2. French Dip Sandwiches by Ree

    Mon, 16 May 2016

    of beef consomme, which will forever make me think of my mom, some beef broth, dry sherry (or white wine), Worcestershire sauce , soy sauce (just a little!), and a cup of water. Bring the mixture to a boil, then turn the heat to low and

  3. Tamarind Margarita

    Thu, 5 May 2016

    concentrate lasts a long time in the refrigerator and is a fantastic addition to meat marinades (it’s what gives worcestershire sauce it’s tang) and makes an excellent dressing for asian inspired salads. And of course it makes an incredible

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How To

  1. How to Make a Hamburger

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    prepared mustard 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1/2 teaspoon onion salt ..... beef, ketchup, mustard, Worcestershire sauce , onion salt, and pepper ..... own. Simply Better Burgers Worcestershire Sauce is the secret ingredient

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