Tag Archives: Sauce

Frankfurter Green Sauce – Chef’s Pencil

Part A very popular sauce is Frankfurter green sauce, ideal for pouring over potatoes. The main ingredients are green herbs of various kinds without the stems, sour cream and lemon balm, seasoned with salt, pepper and mustard. It is generally served with mashed potatoes or boiled potatoes or wheat bread. …

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Yuca con Mojo (Yucca with Mojo Sauce) Recipe

Part Yucca with mojo is a delicious dish of traditional Cuban food and its origin is not so clear. However, history says it was popularized by African slaves brought to Cuba by the Spaniards. The famous yucca is a tuber prized by the Taínos, the native pre-Columbian Cubans. There are …

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Baked Pork Breast With Parsley Sauce

Part Stegt flæsk med persillesovs has been declared the national dish of Denmark several times and dates back to 1890. The dish consists of 1 cm thick slices of pork breast seasoned with lots of salt. With the meat are boiled potatoes and parsley sauce, a milk-based sauce made with …

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Sweet Tomato Sauce

Rajská omáčka is one of the most iconic traditional Czech dishes and offers a unique rich sweet and sour taste. It is based on a broth made from beef, root vegetables and tomato paste. Rajská omáčka, a feature of many Czech schools and kindergartens, is an undeniable part of every …

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Roast sirloin steak in sour cream sauce with dumplings

Part With this special dish, we dive into the Czech passion for creamy sauces. Svíčková gets its name from the type of meat that dominates this dish, sirloin steak, and the whole dish translates as roast sirloin steak in sour cream sauce with dumplings. Svíčková is often a source of …

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Dill Sauce (Koprovka) – Chef’s Pencil

Part Koprovka is another favorite and Czech specific dish. Koprová omáčka, creamy dill sauce, is more of a specialty and signature of Czech grandmothers. It is made of cream, vinegar, fresh and pickled dill and thickened with flour. And even though it may not sound too appetizing, trust me, it …

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