Mastering Sauces The Home Cook's Guide to New Techniques for Fresh Flavors
Susan Volland's Mastering Sauces pushes sauce-making into the twenty-first century by teaching home cooks how to make standout sauces with spontaneity, flavor, and character. Volland expands the definition of sauce to include meatless reductions, broths and condiments made with seasonal fruits and vegetables. She offers fresh, health-conscious updates on classics like Fresh Tomato Sauce, Cheese Sauce and traditional French sauces, as well as more innovative ideas like quick "Mock Stocks" and nutrient-packed Power Pesto. In her expert but approachable style, Volland explains not only the recipes but also the how and why behind sauce-making: the book also includes reference tables for textures, innovative seasonings and alternative thickeners. In 16 chapters, she gives readers 150 full-page recipes for sauces, with hundreds more listed in easy-to-use charts to inspire adaptations, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. But above all, Mastering Sauces teaches cooks that the "right" way to make a sauce is their way.
- Susan Volland's Mastering Sauces pushes sauce-making into the twenty-first century by teaching home cooks how to make standout sauces with spontaneity, flavor, and character.
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