User Login
Bearnaise sauce
Bearnaise sauce
4.5
2 Reviews.
Time:
Prep:
Cook:
Price:
Diff.:
To make your own homemade Bearnaise sauce has a reputation to be extremely difficult and complicated. With this recipe the sauce is both easy and quick to prepare, and will impress your dinner guests. It fits nicely together with French fries and meat.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
Button
150 gr Butter
Button
2 tablespoons White wine vinegar
Button
4 tablespoons Water
Button
2 Egg yellows
Button
1 tablespoon Chopped onion
Button
2 tablespoons Tarragon
Button
2 tablespoons Parsley
Instructions:
Button
Melt the butter in a casserole, make sure the butter is not boiling. Place the casserole on the side and let the butter rest a few minutes.
Button
Chop the onion in small pieces.
Button
Pour 2 tablespoons of water, the white wine vinegar, and the onion in a casserole, and let the liquid almost boil away.
Button
Add the rest of the water in the casserole and lower the heat so the liquid doesn't boil again.
Button
Add the egg yellows and stir until the sauce becomes thick and creamy.
Button
Take away the casserole from the heat and place it on a wet towel.
Button
While stirring add the melted butter slowly in the sauce, and continue stirring for 2 more minutes.
Button
Continue to stir while adding the spices.
Button
Serve immediately after so the sauce doesn't get cold and hard.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from France , Paris.
These small Alsatian bredele makes a nice addition to your Christmas cookie jar. There are many different bredele so it is tricky to find just one favorite, but maybe these small coffee cookies will become your new favorite. You can bake them a few weeks before and keep them in a thin box with a baking paper until it's time to serve them.
Delicious puff pastry rolls with goat cheese that goes fast and easy to prepare. The rolls have a perfect combination of a nicely crispy cheese crust with a soft inside. They are perfect as a starter, mingling food, or for a buffet. You can freeze them and then put them directly in the oven before serving.
An omelet is quick to make, and you can eat it for breakfast together with some bacon, or as a lunch together with a salad on the side. This recipe is for omelet with ham, cheese and arugula, but you can take whatever ingredients you have at home as filling. You can also do it without any filling at all, so-called plain omelet.
Translate
Translation
Below you can chose which language you would like to have the page translated to,

This service is provided by Google Translate.