No matter how tender your roast, no matter
how crispy your crackling, it's the accompaniments that will make the
meal. Choose from these traditional sauces to complement your roast and
watch them vanish to the very last drop. Sauces and dressings should be chosen to
complement or enhance whatever you are serving. Consider carefully the
types of oil and vinegar used in mayonnaise and French dressing as this
will influence the flavor of the end result.
The fresh tomato sauce, made by whipping raw
tomato with olive oil to make a delicious emulsion, is a terrifically versatile
sauce that's wonderful with many dishes besides chicken. Spoon it over fish or
grilled or steamed vegetables or dollop some on top of toasted cheese
How to Make
Ponzu Sauce ?
Ponzu Sauce: This vinegar-based dressing can be purchased, but it is
easy to make your own. The basic ingredients are usually dashi stock,
soy sauce and vinegar or citrus juice in equal amounts.
Cooking Sauces in Microwave