I made this hot sauce the other evening to serve with some shrimp and smoked salmon that I was having for supper. I ate the fish, covered in the sauce and accompanied by my home made bread and, of course, salad from the garden.
This is a nice little hot sauce to serve with shell fish, smoked salmon etc..
It takes about 5 minutes to make and keeps well in the refrigerator for a few days.
1 tsp Horseradish Sauce
1 tsp Dijon Mustard
1 tbs Worcestershire Sauce
a couple of drops Tabasco Sauce
I usually make this in a small ramekin.
Half fill the ramekin with Tomato Ketchup. Add all other ingredients and mix together. Let stand for about 30 minutes.
300gms multigrain bread flour
200gms plain bread flour
a handful of mixed nuts
1 tbs walnut oil
3tsp coarse sea salt
7gms (1 sachet) of dried baker's yeast
I make the bread in a bread machine, setting the machine to run overnight so that I awake to the delicious aroma of freshly baked bread.
Put the water,oil and nuts in the pan
Add the flour.
Create a dip in the middle of the flour, and spread the salt outside of this dip.
Put the yeast into the dip, ensuring it stays dry.
Set the machine to cook on a whole grain programme to finish when you want to get up....
If you are not going to delay the start, there is no need to worry about keeping the yeast dry.
I'm sorry, bread is funny stuff and I have never successfully made any, using any measurements other than metric.
I have added a new blog caled "Ian's French Kitchen. There is a link under "Our Links" in the sidebar. I will post all future recipes to there as well.