Sauces

Salad dressing "Dutch"


Ingredients for the preparation of salad dressing "Dutch"

  1. Butter 100 grams
  2. 4 egg yolks
  3. Milk 100 milliliters
  4. Medium Lemon 1 piece
  5. Black peppercorns to taste
  6. Salt to taste
  7. Sugar to taste
  • Main Ingredients Eggs, Butter
  • Serving 1 serving

Inventory:

Mixer or hand whisk, Cooker, Juicer, Fine grater, Hand mortar, Tablespoon, Sauce or bowl, Large pan, Deep iron bowl, Kitchen paper towel, Cutting board, Knife, Small plate

Preparation of salad dressing "Dutch":

Step 1: Prepare the Citrus Ingredient

First of all, we need to get juice and zest from lemon. To do this, wash the citrus under running water. We wipe it with a kitchen paper towel. On a cutting board we rub a lemon on a fine grater. Put the zest with your hands in a small plate. After - cut the lemon into two halves. Using a juicer, squeeze the lemon juice alternately from each half. If you didn’t find such an instrument at hand, you can squeeze the juice with your hands just above a small plate, although the citrus ingredient may need twice as much. And this, of course, is not very economical.

Step 2: prepare peppercorns.

When we add ready-made black pepper powder, it gives the flavor to dishes, but not as rich as peas, crushed before serving. Therefore, using a manual mortar, grind the ingredient. Peppers we take to taste. The more sharply you like dishes - the more you can grind pepper, though - it is very fragrant and it is important that it does not interrupt the smell of other important ingredients.

Step 3: prepare the Dutch salad dressing.

As I said, the process of making this sauce is very important here. We will cook it in the steam bath. This is its feature! Drive 4 egg yolks into a deep iron bowl. Butter must be removed from the refrigerator in advance so that it is at room temperature. Cut the required amount of the creamy component with a knife and spread it to the yolks. We put on a large fire a pan with a small amount of plain water. When the water boils, make the fire quieter and put in a pan a bowl with our ingredients. This is the preparation of dishes in a steam bath. That is, our ingredients do not come in direct contact with water, but with the help of steam there is a slow cooking process. And now very important point: In no case should our components boil during the mixing process, otherwise the sauce will curl up and we will waste our time and products. If you feel with your hands the high temperature that comes with steam, it is better to make a small fire. We take a mixer or a hand whisk and, with constant beating, combine the yolks with oil. We should get a thick mass. After that, add lemon juice, season with zest, salt, sugar and chopped black pepper to taste. We continue to whisk with a whisk until a homogeneous mass is formed and all the components of the dressing are combined.

Step 4: serve Dutch salad dressing.

After the dressing is ready, turn off the heat and leave the sauce for a while aside so that it cools to room temperature. Pour the dressing into a saucepan or bowl and serve with salad dishes so that everyone can fill the salad on their own. This dressing is suitable not only for vegetables, but also for meat and fish! "Dutch" sauce turns out to taste like cream with a little sourness and spiciness. Good appetite!

Recipe Tips:

- - The Dutch dressing dressing can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two days. To do this, pour it into a glass jar with a tight lid so that it can stand in the refrigerator longer and not absorb other smells of products.

- - Instead of chicken yolks, you can add quail yolks to the sauce. They are very helpful. True, they will need much more, about 2 times.

- - Instead of milk, low-fat cream can be added to Salad dressing. By consistency, they look like good fat milk, but unlike this ingredient, they give a creamier, more intense flavor.