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August 26, 2013 2:37 PM Subscribe
I would like to make worcestershire sauce in my kitchen. I have an extensive spice cabinet and I can get my hands on anything and everything else necessary. I'm willing to toast, mince, simmer, ferment, and strain for as long as it takes.
posted by mgar to food & drink (3 answers total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
I've used the recipe in Make the Bread, Buy the Butter
, which calls for a lemon and 1/4 pound horseradish (among other things) and 6 hours of simmering. It was good! Right up my alley! But the ingredients seem a little pedestrian, in that I could get everything it calls for at a regular grocery store.
The Cooks Illustrated DIY
recipe uses a lot of pre-ground spices and no simmering, and frankly sounds a little dull. It doesn't even call for peppers.
looks more complicated, and therefore more to my liking. Plus I could use up some of my green cardamom and star anise.
Googling hasn't gotten me that far, and while I'm willing to experiment, I want to make the definitive, most complicated, willing-to-go-to-lengths Worcestershire sauce recipe I possibly can.