Simple, Satisfying Sauces
Here are speedy fixes to slather over cooked rice, rotisserie chicken, open-face turkey sandwiches, or mashed potatoes.
You might be thinking these sauces sure sound a lot like gravy. But here's the difference: Gravies require pan drippings, while sauces do not. Gravy is a sauce, but not all sauces are gravy. However that technicality isn't really important. Getting flavorful food on the table is. And these recipes do just that.
Steps to Successful Sauces
Follow these guidelines for perfect Onion Sauce, Mushroom-Onion Sauce, and Beef-Onion Sauce.
"Quick and Easy: Simple, Satisfying Sauces" is from the March 2006 issue of Southern Living.