[NAFEX] Elderberry Recipes
Sam.Brungardt at state.mn.us
Mon Dec 12 16:32:16 EST 2005
Doreen, a game dinner for Christmas sounds wonderful.
If I wanted to serve a fruit sauce with game, Cumberland Sauce would
come to mind or a sauce like the one that is made for Salmi of Duck.
Black currant (used somewhat sparingly) might also be a good fruit to
use. Starting from scratch, I'd probably use game stock; fruit juice,
jelly, syrup or wine; orange and lemon zest and juice; spices, such as
mace, black pepper, and allspice; possibly bay leaf and thyme; and maybe
even brandy or port.
However, I did a little surfing and found some recipes that read well
and might serve as jump-off points for concocting a suitable sauce for
your game dinner. Hope these help:
Roast Squab w/ Elderberry Sauce
Roast Duck with Elderberry (or Blackberry) Sauce
Pontack Sauce http://www.patch-work.demon.co.uk/elder.htm
Good luck and let us know what you ended up serving with the game. --
Sam Brungardt, St. Paul, Minn.
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[mailto:nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Doreen Howard
Sent: Monday, December 12, 2005 2:47 PM
To: North American Fruit Explorers
Subject: [NAFEX] Elderberry Recipes
I'm serving roast buffalo, elk and antelope for Christmas dinner along
the usual ham and turkey. A couple of hunter friends contributed the
as they invited themselves to dinner. With such richly flavored meats,
was thinking that an elderberry sauce might be good. Does anyone have a
recipe for one or for any kind of intensely flavored fruit sauce? I'm
to suggestions, as I probably can beg or buy most any fruit. And, I
have wild blueberries, white currants and plums in the freezer. Doreen
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