CREAMY PEPPERCORN WHISKEY STEAK SAUCE
If a thick, rich and creamy peppercorn whiskey steak sauce is what you long for, look no further. This is the one for you!
Gourmet Inspirations Creamy Peppercorn Whisky sauce will become your new go to sauce to finish your beef, pork, chicken or roasted vegetables.
While decadent, you will not find this creamy peppercorn sauce to be heavy. The whisky balances and lightens the cream and the addition of peppercorn adds a light touch of heat for a clean finish on the palette.
Most foods benefit from a hint of sweetness to brighten and enhance the savoury flavors. Instead of opting for the easy (and less beneficial) sweeteners such as refined sugar or high-fructose corn syrup, we use molasses.
Molasses naturally contains magnesium, potassium, iron, calcium and B6, among other important vitamins and minerals. Molasses also adds another layer of depth to our sauce instead of simply adding the needed balance of sweetness. But don’t let all this sweet talk worry you! Creamy Peppercorn Whisky is all savory and umami.
When you want a simple, time-saving meal that won’t sacrifice on flavour, Gourmet Inspirations is where you should turn. That is what we are here for! This Creamy Peppercorn Whisky sauce does the work for you.
Cook your choice of meat and/or vegetables, add them to a hot pan, oven or grill to sear it and give it some lovely caramelized color and flavor. Cook it through, remove it from the heat source and let it rest for a few minutes (vegetables won’t need any resting time).
Now you can serve your family or guests a perfectly cooked dish with a perfectly prepared sauce.
If you want to go the extra mile (and make it look like you made it from scratch!), while you are letting your protein rest, add the Creamy Peppercorn Whisky sauce to the pan you cooked the meat or veggies in, and warm it up at a low temperature.
Let the sauce slowly warm up and absorb the bit of flavor left in the pan from the juices and brown bits from the food you just cooked. Give the sauce a good stir and then slather your meat or vegetables with the sauce.
You could also pour the sauce into a gravy boat or other serving dish so everyone can add their own. But don’t blame us if someone starts dipping and dunking their asparagus into the bowl before they get a chance to serve themselves!