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    Default easy sauce for poultry or beef

    on low heat, melt a handful of grated cheddar cheese in a skillet. add 3/4 of a handful of chopped mushrooms. finally add about 3/4 of a cup sour cream. stir frequently until well mixed. adjust to create a desirable consistancy.

    this sauce is awesome on chicken or steak. it has a good kick but is far from health food. (to make it a bit healthier, i use skim cheese and skim sour cream).

    Enjoy!
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    Default Re: easy sauce for poultry or beef

    Sounds good! I'll try it some time.

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    Default Re: easy sauce for poultry or beef

    My old standby is a little olive oil and butter, red or white wine depending on meat or fowl, a little chopped onion (optional) and garlic, a little lemon juice or a spoonful of tart preserves like strawberry, mixed with the pan juices. I also like to add cilantro or parsley for colour and flavour, and occasionally, hot sauce. Low-cal but yummy. You could add milk or cream, but that makes it more fattening.

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