Morel Mushroom Sauce
A versatile sauce you’ll reach for again and again, our Morel Mushroom Sauce from Christian Poitier combines the heady aroma and flavor of morel mushrooms sautéed in port and cognac wines, reduced in cream and butters, and beautifully seasoned with garlic, thyme and rosemary.
It’s the perfect sauce for steaks, but we also love to use it as a pasta sauce, it’s creamy texture clinging to tagliatelle and spaghetti. Try it with braised chicken, pork chops and even with venison or elk. The best part? It’s ready to use, just open the jar, heat and serve! Bonus: it’s shelf stable.
This line of sauces is designed in France to supply the busy home chef with high-quality French sauces that taste and feel like they were made from scratch in your own kitchen. Maison Poitier uses carefully sourced and the entire process is supervised by their French chefs. Heat the sauce in the microwave or on the stove. Keeps in the pantry with no refrigeration, so feel free to stock up on these and whip them out when you need to add gourmet flavor to a dish.
Christian Poitier is a celebrated French chef that was trained by the head chef of the last Russian Czar – Czar Nicolas II. With this pedigree he continued his training, which culminated when the participated in the making of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation cake in 1953. It was in the 80s that Chef Poitier had the idea to create a line of his classic gourmet sauces, and then package them in easy to microwave individual portions.
Ingredients: Water, cream, white and red port wines (contain sulfites), unsalted butter, white wine, morels, modified corn starch, shallot, black trumpets, poultry stock (water, concentrated poultry juice, red wine, carrot, onion, salt, leek, red port wine, sugar, cognac, garlic, thyme, rosemary), salt, ground white pepper, xanthan gum.
Storage: Refrigerate after opening and consume within 5 days.
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Product is non-perishable and can ship via Ground service.
French Sauces, Pasta Sauce
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