Sauces are in inseparable part of the culinary arsenal of any chef. No matter if they're warm or cold, sweet, salty or spicy, they are used to make all sorts of dishes.
Sweet Onion Sauce
Preparation: Put the onion to boil in the water along with all of the spices, excluding the flour. Once it starts to soften and is nearly ready, and some of the water has boiled off, add the flour (diluted in a little water) to thicken the sauce.
Classic Chocolate Sauce
Preparation: Put half of the cream in a suitable container to heat on low heat and add the cocoa to it. Stir everything well and add the rest of the cream. Finally, add the sugar and egg yolks. Leave the sauce to boil for a few min. If it turns out too thick you can add a little milk.
Ingredients: 2/5 cup blueberry jam, 1 2/5 cups quality red wine, 3 tbsp sugar.
Preparation: Bring the wine to a boil in a deep container and add the rest of the products to it. Boil until the sauce thickens. If you intend to use the sauce to flavor meat and not anything sweet, you can add spices such as black pepper, allspice and others to it.
Preparation: Pour the sugar over the strawberries and leave for 1 day. Then, bring them to a boil, add the vanilla and stir everything to obtain a thick sauce.
Preparation: Put the water on the stove and once it comes to a boil, add the raspberries, sugar and cinnamon to it. Keep boiling until the water starts to evaporate and the sauce thickens.