50 Ways of Making Sauces

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50種醬汁做法** 很實用請保存下來

1.黑胡椒醬
材料:奶油2大匙、洋蔥末3大匙、蒜末2大匙、黑胡椒細粒3大匙、鮮奶油1大匙、水1又1/2碗、鹽少許、麵粉水酌量、威士忌酒1大匙
作法:1.先把奶油加熱融化,放入蒜末及洋蔥末爆香,再加黑胡椒粒一起拌炒
2.另將水、鮮奶油和鹽一起放入煮開,起鍋前以麵粉水芶芡,再加1大匙威士忌酒即可。

2.蒜味茄汁義大利麵醬
材料 洋蔥1/4個、蒜末1/2大匙、橄欖油2大匙、水煮蕃茄罐頭1大匙月桂葉1片、白酒2大匙、白胡椒少許
作法 1. 將材料備好,洋蔥切丁備用。 2. 先將橄欖油加熱,再放入洋蔥、蒜末爆香。 3. 把蕃茄罐內的汁與粒倒入,再把剩餘的材料加入煮沸,即完成。

3.紅燴海鮮醬
材料 辣椒醬1大匙、蕃茄汁2大匙、水3大匙、米酒1大匙、香油1/2大匙薑末1大匙、蔥末1大匙
作法 取一小鍋子,將所有材料調勻放入,用小火煮沸即可。
燴海鮮時將材料切好汆燙後瀝乾,放入紅燴海鮮醬拌炒入味即可。什錦海鮮或肉類沾醬或炒醬均可。

4.米醬
材料 在來米粉2大匙、醬油3~4大匙、糖2~3大匙、水2杯、鹽適量甘草粉少許
作法 將所有材料放入鍋中,調勻煮開放涼即可。
可用於燜粉肝、燙豬肝或是粽子沾醬

5.B.B.Q.烤肉醬
材料 蕃茄醬2大匙、法式芥茉醬1/2大匙、海鮮醬1大匙、黑醋1/2大匙橄欖油1/2大匙、辣椒醬1/3大匙、洋蔥碎末1/4杯、蒜末1大匙粗黑胡椒1/2小匙、鹽少許、糖少許
作法 將所有材料混合調勻即可。

6.麻醬麵醬
材料 芝麻醬2大匙、醬油2大匙、糖1小匙、白醋1大匙、香油1大匙冷開水3~4大匙、蒜泥1大匙
作法 將所有材料調勻即可,視個人喜好,可加點黃瓜絲及紅蘿蔔絲當配料,可用於擔仔麵、乾麵、滷肉飯淋醬,或是燙青菜淋醬。

7.鹽水雞沾醬
材料 鹽3大匙、薑4~5片、蔥3支、米酒1/2碗陳皮、桂皮、八角共20元、水
作法 將材料全部放入鍋中熬煮即
這個佐料可以用來滷雞,也可以用來沾雞肉吃。換言之,這個配方可以當作滷汁,也可以當成是沾料

8.義大利麵醬
材料 絞肉1/2斤、洋蔥(切成小丁)1/4顆、蕃茄糊罐頭1罐紅蘿蔔丁(或蘿蔔末)1杯、橄欖油2大匙、紅辣椒醬2大匙蒜末1大匙、白胡椒粉1小匙、糖1/2杯、水1/2杯
作法 1. 熱鍋,將橄欖油入鍋微熱過,加入洋蔥末、紅蘿蔔丁和蒜末炒香 2. 再加進絞肉爆炒,接著加入辣椒醬、白胡椒粉、豆蔻粉和糖一起炒過 3. 最後放入蕃茄糊和1/2杯水用小火熬煮約3~5分鐘即可
用於義大利麵、乾麵淋醬,或是白菜燉煮醬

9.蕃茄醬
材料 熟蕃茄1斤、橄欖油1/2小匙、紫蘇(或西洋香菜末)1小匙、糖1/2小匙胡椒粉少許、鹽少許
作法 1. 將蕃茄放入滾水中川燙一下,撈起放入冷水中再取出剝皮。蕃茄切半,把蕃茄籽及汁擠出後剁碎。 2. 起油鍋,加入橄欖油、剁碎的蕃茄、紫蘇(或西洋香菜末)及糖一起攪拌均勻,煮至蕃茄熟透。以鹽及胡椒粉調味,放涼收入冰箱,食用時酌量取用即可。

10.咖哩蕃茄醬
材料 材料A: 蕃茄醬2大匙、咖哩粉1大匙、水1杯、鹽1小匙、香油1/3大匙糖1/2大匙材料B:太白粉1/3大匙、水1大匙
作法 1. 將水煮沸加入材料A用小火煮至收乾約成半杯量。
2. 加入材料B芶芡,不用太濃,適量即可。(不芶芡也可以) 可用於肉類或蔬菜炒醬

11.橙汁排骨醬
材料 柳橙1個、蕃茄醬2大匙、糖1大匙、鹽1小匙、水2大匙
作法 1. 柳橙1個(或香吉士)洗淨瀝乾對切,再切成0.5公分片狀。 2. 將柳橙片與其他材料一起煮沸後改小火煮到剩餘約2/3杯即可熄火,將所有材料渣過濾掉,醬汁即可使用

12.廣東油雞淋醬
材料 醬油3杯、麥芽糖3~4大匙、冰糖3大匙、米酒1/2杯、鹽2大匙水10杯、香油1/2杯
滷包:廣陳皮、桂皮、八角、甘草
作法 將所有的材料放入鍋中用中火煮約20分鐘,就是香噴噴的油雞滷汁

13.含油量較少的沙律醬
材料 水1杯、白醋2大匙、細砂糖3大匙、玉米粉5大匙、沙律油1.5杯鹽1小匙、全蛋2個
作法 1. 將水, 白醋, 細沙糖, 玉米粉混合拌勻 2. 用中火將此混合物煮至透明,呈膠狀即可 3. 第(2)部分材料先混合扮拌勻備用 4. 第一部分 1.2.離火後,馬上加入四分之一左右的第(2)部分材料,迅速拌勻,如此反覆共4次加完拌勻,即為乳白色沙律醬…...

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...A1 Steak Sauce: Lawry’s Defense Case Recap A1 is a premier steak sauce produced by Kraft Foods. On April 1st, Unilever will launch their own steak sauce under their brand name Lawry’s. As marketing tool, Lawry’s has requested for the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend, that Publix Grocery Stores promote their new product. The managers of A1 know that it is common practice for the other grocery chains to price match and begin to set their own competitive prices for Lawry’s Steak Sauce. It is the job of A1’s marketing team to come up with new marketing and advertising strategies in order to counteract the new competor’s product. Problem Identification The problems before A1 begin with the huge financial support (Kevin & Peterson, 2010) of their new rival. The second problem at hand is the competitors lower priced product that looks virtually the same as A1’s product. A third problem which concerns the marketing team pertains to the lack of growth in the steak sauce market and the failing efforts to expand the market. Problem number four that faces A1 is the grooling task of matching the competitor’s pricing while maintaining their own market share. Identifying the Root Problem Components With 46% of the steak sauce market, A1 is its major player. A1’s profit growth of 10% is being compromised by Lawry’s new product and the added expense of advertising. Another component of A1’s root problem involves, not only the price of the competitor’s product ($1.00 less......

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