Food & Drink Rescue Me! My Sauce Is Too Salty

19:45  15 may  2018
19:45  15 may  2018 Source:   popsugar.com

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How to Fix a Sauce With Too Much Salt . Rescue Me ! My Sauce Is Too Salty . The same goes for the state of the sauce , too . If a sauce has been reduced too much, then dilute it (and its sodium level) with unseasoned stock.

How to Fix a Sauce With Too Much Salt . Rescue Me ! My Sauce Is Too Salty . The same goes for the state of the sauce , too . If a sauce has been reduced too much, then dilute it (and its sodium level) with unseasoned stock.

How to Fix a Sauce With Too Much Salt© POPSUGAR Photography / Nicole Perry How to Fix a Sauce With Too Much Salt

We've all experienced that dreadful moment when all you can taste in a sauce is salt. Whether you reduced the sauce to a thick sludge or went a little salt happy toward the end of cooking, try to fix it with these tips before you nix it.

The antidote depends on the nature of the sauce: for French cream- or butter-based sauces, add more cream or a little brown sugar to neutralize the salt. With tomato-based sauces, brown sugar creates a sweet counterpoint. And for a lighter sauce, such as an herb-based one, squeeze in a little lemon; its acidity will help to balance out the saltiness.

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The plastic one doesn’t work as well, the holes are too big and the interesting parts of my sauce or fish go through with the oil. I have in the past spun out oil from a dish and then rebuilt the sauce . The only way to rescue too salty is to dilute the dish with more ingredients.

So when I crave salt I use the real deal, but I try to add as little as possible. I also season my food with herbs and spices to give it more flavor so I'm less likely to need added salt . Rescue Me ! My Sauce Is Too Salty .

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The same goes for the state of the sauce, too. If a sauce has been reduced too much, then dilute it (and its sodium level) with unseasoned stock. Adding wine is another option, although it's a little tricky; if the alcohol does not cook out entirely, then the sauce will become bitter. If you choose to add wine, then be prepared to simmer the sauce for a while until the alcohol burns off.

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