Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Knoflook Saus (garlic sauce)

As I mentioned in yesterday's post for Kibbeling, it is delicious with Knoflook Saus (garlic sauce).  Today I am sharing the recipe for the sauce with you. 





Ingredients:
1 tbsp finely minced garlic
1 tsp dried parsley
5 tbsp MARGARINE
freshly ground black pepper

Procedure:
  1. When mincing the garlic, be sure you remove any green sprouts in the middle you see. This will help make the garlic margarine last longer.
  2. Combine all the above ingredients to make your garlic margarine.
But why use margarine?
In general, margarine is healthier than butter but this really depends on how the margarine was made. Also margarine is more spreadable! (You can make a big batch of garlic butter and freeze and use as required)

For the knoflook saus served with the kibbeling, you can mix this garlic margarine with some low-fat mayonnaise and voila! A great garlic sauce is born
You can also spread it generously on a pistolet (small french roll), toast the bread, and serve it as a side dish for pasta dinner. Yum!





2 comments:

  1. I love this, although it appears to be more like a "knoflook" butter or spread .... I saw one, I will poor over my Cod, but as a spread, I'll bet this is delish.... See what you think of this one....I have all the ingredients and make both....I'll let ya' know ...

    ..... 1 small container of plain yogurt
    Sour Cream - Measure it out in the plain yogurt container
    3 cloves garlic grated on a micro plainer
    3 small sweet pickles grated on a micro plainer
    1/4 of a small onion grated
    2 tbs pickle juice
    1 tbs sugar
    salt and pepper to taste

    Mix all ingredients in a large container - this must sit for at least 3 hours to let flavors meld best if made the day before

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    1. Thank you, Sweetheart.

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