Cooking Classics: Moonshine Mustard Sauce

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Moonshine Mustard Sauce 

When main dish entrees are front & center on entertaining menus, Moonshine Mustard Sauce is a classic that compliments them beautifully. Peppercorn Beef Tenderloin & Grilled Rosemary-Garlic Pork Tenderloin become something a bit more special when this simple sauce is served with them. Beyond holiday entertaining, it can be used on sandwiches when warmed slightly & for weeknight meal preparations. Look for my pointers to make this popular sauce that everyone will absolutely love.

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makes about 3/4 cup

1 tsp olive oil
2 Tbsp minced shallots
2 Tbsp moonshine
1 cup heavy whipping cream
4 tsp Dijon mustard
2 tsp chopped fresh parsley
Kosher salt & freshly ground pepper

Sauté the shallots in hot oil in a small pan over Medium heat, stirring occasionally, until translucent, about 5 minutes. Add the moonshine & cook 15 seconds or until the liquid evaporates. Stir in the cream & the Dijon mustard, bring to a simmer & reduce the heat to Medium-Low. Cook, stirring occasionally or until reduce by 1/3. Remove the mixture from the heat & stir in the parsley, salt & pepper. Serve with pork or beef roast.

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How To Make A Simple Reduction Sauce

Simple reductions offer big flavor & vast options for serving. Many begin with drippings but they may just as easily start with a little cream. You may use a small sauce pan or sauté pan in which to prepare them. However, since the sauté pan has a wider surface area, expect the reduction time to be slightly shorter. Follow these pointers for success in your own kitchen.

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 If sautéing aromatics, be certain to deglaze the pan first. This not only adds more complex flavor but it gives you an opportunity to scrape any caramelization from the pan bottom & redistribute throughout the sauce. Next add the cream & any flavor enhancers or seasonings. Bring the mixture to a steady simmer over Medium-Low heat. Allow it to cook, stirring occasionally, until the sauce reduces by 1/3 to 1/2 then drizzle over sliced beef or pork.

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