Soubise sauce

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Soubise sauce
Type Sauce
Main ingredients Béchamel sauce, onions
Cookbook: Soubise sauce  Media: Soubise sauce

Soubise sauce is an onion sauce. It is based on Béchamel sauce, with the addition of onion purée.[1][2]

Soubise sauce was originally a slow-cooked onion and Bechamel mixture used with various meats, game, poultry and vegetables dating back to the 1850s. Over the years, and through the hands of many chefs, it now has many variations. The simplest contains 3 ingredients, not counting salt and pepper. Most current chefs favor altering the sauce with beef stock along with the traditional Onion, Butter and Cream. The finished product is very creamy and rich when pureed.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sauce Soubise". Food Lorists. Retrieved 24 January 2012. 
  2. ^ Escoffier, A. (1969). The Escoffier cook book; a guide to the fine art of cookery. New York: Crown. p. 43. ISBN 0-517-50662-9.