Classic sauces can elevate a dish from bland to gourmet. For novice home chefs, creating a sauce from scratch may seem intimidating. After all, it’s easy to buy a jar of sauce from the grocery store. The advantages of making your own sauces are that they’ll taste much fresher and flavorful than store-bought ones. You’ll also know there are no preservatives or other non-natural ingredients added.
The infographic below shows 12 classic sauces. The French are known for their sauces so it’s no surprise that 3 of the 12 sauces included are from France. However, the definition of classic sauces from around the world differ. This infographic includes sauces not only from France, but also from China, Argentina, the United States, and several more countries.
The infographic lists ingredient measurements in metrics units. For readers in countries who don’t use the metric system (like in the United States), simply convert the units by using on online cooking measurements conversion calculator like this one: CONVERSION CALCULATOR.
Try these sauces to bring your cooking to the next level. Happy cooking!
Source: Quid Corner