A separately-prepared cooking liquid or condiment served with other food.

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white sauce / bechamel - without lumps [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How not to mess up bechamel scauce So you melt the butter and mix the flour in = easy Adding the first bit of milk and making a paste = easy Now getting from that to a ...
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Shelf life of frozen stocks and sauces [duplicate]

Whenever I make stock or sauces (mostly tomato sauce), I make large batches and freeze whatever I won't be using over the next couple of days. I use simple plastic containers -- nothing air tight. How ...
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Reducing spice in sauce [duplicate]

How do you make already prepared sauce less spicy? I must have used too many hot chili peppers or cooked them too long. Is there something to off set it from being so hot? The sauce is for General ...
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Soy and sesame sauce alternatives when frying fish?

What should I use as an alternative to the combination of Soy oil and Sesame oil (1 teaspoon each) when I am frying fish in a pan? I need at least one ingredient that can replace the Soy and Sesame ...
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Red tomato sauce recipe [closed]

As of late, I have found myself incredibly interested in perfecting a red sauce recipe. While I don't have the recipe in front of me, I know most of what I put in it off the top of my head. I would ...
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What makes soy sauce so salty? [closed]

I watch a lot of food programs and the chefs would advocate using soy sauce instead of salt for making a dish salty. The question is what makes soy sauce salty? Does it actually contain salt?