Our Pantry - Recipes Using Roasted Vegetable Demi-Glace
Leek and potato soup is a classic comfort food. Add mussels to the simmering soup along with some Veggie-Glace Gold, and it moves from simply superb to sublime simplicity. We like the mussels served in their shells. Remove them if you prefer.
A smooth, luscious sauce with the tang of lemon and fresh herbal notes of dill. Try it spooned over chicken or veggies hot off the grill.
This classic sauce made with a sweet, smoky fortified wine from Portugal has an amazingly complex flavor but very few ingredients. It's the sauce of choice for Beef Wellington or a simple roasted beef tenderloin, and it's the perfect complement to game, lamb, poultry, roasted vegetables, or pork, especially an Easter ham. You can substitute other fortified wines like Marsala or Port for different but equally luscious results.
This luxurious and classic red wine sauce, accented with herbs and peppercorns and finished with butter, makes an elegant complement to beef, veal, lamb, or game. Try it with our Roasted Chicken Demi-Glace or our Roasted Vegetable Demi-Glace for poultry or vegetarian dishes.
Add a new twist to grilled meat, chicken, fish, or vegetables with this earthy sauce redolent of mushrooms, olives, sun-dried tomatoes, herbs and red wine, enriched by our Veggie-Glace Gold.
Frankly, it almost doesn't matter what you put underneath this ambrosial sauce… Even if it won't make a silk purse of a sow's ear, the full-flavored combination of dried cherries, port, and Jus de Poulet Lié Gold certainly transforms mundane pork cutlets into celebrity fare. Serve this sauce with turkey, chicken, veal, or duck, as well.
For a fast, flavorful family meal, this tortilla soup is a go-to recipe. Filled with fresh veggies and south-of-the-border zest, it's sure to be a hit.
Serve this spicy, intense sauce over grilled steaks, tenderloin, or other cuts of beef. Or make the sauce with our Roasted Chicken Demi-Glace or Roasted Vegetable Demi-Glace for poultry or vegetarian dishes.
Spoon this fragrant sauce over grilled poultry, fish, or vegetables, and you'll never think of them as bland and unexciting again. It's sure to become a staple of your cooking repertoire. You can also substitute tarragon for the rosemary or red wine for the white wine to create some delicious variations.
"Chasseur" means "hunter" in French, and this classic sauce traditionally made with wild mushrooms is a tribute to the mushroom hunter, as well as the perfect complement for wild game. It's deep, savory flavor, accented with tomato, white wine, brandy, and fresh herbs also makes it just the right sauce for sautéed chicken, or any roast poultry, beef, pork, veal, or vegetables.
This spicy, tangy sauce was traditionally served in France with chicken or poultry prepared á la diable: split, grilled, then sprinkled with bread crumbs and browned under a broiler. Use Sauce Diable to add some peppery zest to your grilled or roasted chicken,pork, or vegetables.
Fines herbes, a classic French mixture of very finely chopped parsley, chervil, tarragon, and chives, adds a fresh, bright flavor to this sauce. Infused with white wine and finished with butter, it's just the right touch for chicken, veal, vegetable, or egg dishes.
According to renowned Lyonnaise chef Paul Bocuse, "In Lyon we put onion in almost everything." French onion soup originated in Lyon, as does this simple and versatile onion-scented sauce. It's superb with mashed potatoes or roasted vegetables, or serve it with grilled or roasted beef, pork, lamb, game, or poultry.
In Cajun cuisine, Sauce Piquant is a spicy, tomato-based stew made with any type of meat. "Piquant" comes from the French for "to prick or sting," which is exactly what this stew is supposed to do, in a zesty, flavorful way, of course. In a similar spirit, our traditional French Sauce Piquant is tangy and slightly acidic, perfect for cutting through the rich, smoky flavors of grilled pork, beef, lamb, or vegetables.
Transport your guests to the sunny south of France with this flavorful sauce redolent of garlic, herbs, tomatoes, and white wine. Ladle it over grilled or sautéed fish, chicken, or vegetables, or try it with succulent slices of roast lamb.
This classic white wine sauce accented with mustard is excellent with pork or any grilled or roasted meat or poultry, as well as roasted vegetables.
The smokiness of bacon begins a sauce full of Southwestern-style flavor: onion, garlic, chile, herbs, tomatoes, and corn, with a little kick of Tabasco. Toss it with penne pasta and some fresh cilantro for an out-of-the-ordinary weeknight dinner.
Try this complex, Asian-inspired sauce over steamed fish, chicken, or vegetables.
Everyone knows that Dijon is the mustard capital of France. For this hearty vegetarian main course, a rainbow of vegetables simmer in a rich Veggie-Glace Gold broth scented with plenty of mustard, then it's thickened with half-and-half and a touch of cornstarch. Serve this stew over brown rice, barley, or bulgur. If you like, add tofu cubes.
Studded with wild mushrooms and enriched with cream and our Demi-Glace Gold, this sauce complements grilled or roasted beef, veal, chicken, or other meats or poultry.
Chunky-smooth smashed potatoes add old-fashioned comfort to any meal. We've taken a somewhat modern approach by using Yukon Gold potatoes (or red bliss) and combining them with roasted garlic, Veggie-Glace Gold, some milk, and a minimum of butter. What's missing? A lot of fat and calories, but none of the taste and pleasure. Use this same method for other vegetables like turnips and cauliflower.