Thursday, July 12, 2012

3 sauces in 30 minutes: Gluten Free Soy, Teriyaki and Worchestershire

Didn't I promise ya'll a post yesterday? I did... but then I ended up going home yesterday and going straight to bed, because today I am working 16 hours (and I don't get lunch breaks). I'm not complaining however, its extra money to go towards our first BIG purchase as a married couple - a new NEW mattress. I have never owned one. I am sooo excited!

But I did promise - and I broke it, but, but I have a great way to make it up! 3 recipes. three Gluten Free sauces, done in 30 minutes. All three done in 30 minutes. And saving you money. Check it out!

P.S. I have no pictures because I used up all the sauces before I found my camera. but trust me, you don't need pictures of brown soy sauce or teriyaki or Worcestershire sauce to know this is too easy to not make!

Make in the order I list the recipes below and you will be done in half an hour - tops!

Gluten Free Soy Sauce
1 and 1/2 cups boiling water4 T beef bouillon granules4 T cider vinegar 1 T dark molasses1 t sesame seed oilpinch of black pepper

Put your 1 and 1/2 C of water on to boil. Once it is boiling add the rest of the ingredients and stir until the bouillon is dissolved! Which takes a minute tops for me. And you just made cheap, easy fast Gluten Free Soy sauce! (averages around 2 cups)

While the water is boiling for the GF Soy Sauce, Toss together this easy recipe:

Gluten Free Worchester Sauce
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons Thai fish sauce2 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon molassesjuice of one lime1/2 tsp ground clove1/2 tsp onion powder1/4 tsp garlic1/4 tsp of chili powder
Got that? Here is how you make this: Dump all ingredients into a bottle and shake to mix. You. Are. Done. Yeah, it is that easy. You're welcome!

And finally....

Gluten Free Teriyaki sauce:
1 and 1/2 cups cold water3/4 cup packed brown sugar1/2 cup soy sauce (remember that Soy Sauce you just made? yeah use that)1 teaspoon garlic powder 3 Tablespoons corn starch (or 2 Tablespoons if you prefer a thinner sauce. I enjoy thick marinade style)1 teaspoon sesame oil

Dump all ingredients into a saucepan and over medium-ish heat whisk (do use a whisk here, to help keep the cornstarch from clumping up)pretty much constantly until it begins to boil. Let it thicken for a minute or two. I do longer, but that is for marinades.

And you are done! 3 sauces in 30 minutes, all Gluten Free and cheaper then what you can buy in the store!

By the way, I am the only one who thinks it is weird that all the SOY sauce my grocery store carries has wheat in it? Or that this very soy-tasting Soy sauce recipe has no mention of soy?

Check back tomorrow for a surprise take on soup for the summer.

It's easy peasy.

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