Recipe for worcester sauce thanks

sandhu, Aug 7, 10:07pm
Seen it on here before was very easy but did not copy it.

245sam, Aug 8, 1:41am
sandhu, was this the recipe? It's from the former Trade Me Cooks.

"Worcestershire sauce.
Simmer all together for 3 hours. 6 litres of malt vinegar, 1.5 kg of apples, 1 kg of brown sugar, 10 cloves of garlic, 2 Tblsp cayenne pepper, 2 Tblsp ground ginger, 4 Tblsp sea salt,
Strain and bottle.Use glass bottles. some plastic will taint.this sauce as it matures. Keeps well. We prefer a thicker sauce so I peel the garlic and remove the seeds from the apples, to make putting it through the mouli easier.
posted by pickles" :-))

sandhu, Aug 8, 9:23am
No its not this one.

pickles7, Aug 8, 10:36am
,I can remember a recipe that had very few ingredients and took only a short time on the stove top. I made it myself but didn't keep the recipe darn it. I am trying to remember who put it on here but am struggling. It was a very nice sauce too. I made one that cookessentials put up too but that did not come near the Worcestershire sauce recipe at all. If I remember correctly it was out of a very popular preserving book. I do hope someone posts the right recipe OP.

245sam, Aug 8, 11:54am
Wondering if the recipe came from Digby Law's book? I'll check it out tomorrow afternoon and post his recipe if there is one, which I'm fairly sure there is. :-))

valentino, Aug 8, 9:55pm
The only recipes given is as noted above, checked my notepad copy of all the old TMCks website and nothing further.

Perhaps look further afield like these links.

Plus others via Bing or Google.


pickles7, Aug 8, 10:01pm
You are onto it . 245sam. I can remember now that is where it came from.

245sam, Aug 9, 1:02am
5 cups malt vinegar
1 Kg treacle
2 tsp salt
3 cm piece green ginger, finely chopped
4 garlic cloves, finely chopped
2 tbsp ground cloves
1 tsp cayenne pepper

Combine all the ingredients in a saucepan. Bring to the boil and cook gently, uncovered, for 20 minutes. Cover and let stand overnight.
Next day, strain and bottle. Ready for use immediately, but shake before using. :-))

pickles7, Aug 9, 2:34am
Thank you. 245sam. that would be the one, it was very nice too as I remember.

sandhu, Aug 9, 8:44am
Yes thats it cool. Thanks

samanya, Aug 11, 3:40am
I've made the apple/garlic recipe & it is lovely, very like Worcestershire sauce. It keeps well, in fact I'm still using it after 3 - 4 years.

pickles7, Jan 5, 1:50am
Have you made the sauce yet ?

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