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NickyT
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Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
Made a outstanding mushroom cream sauce that I want to use again tonight however, it seems like every time that I try to reheat a heavy whipping cream based sauce it separates. Anyway to prevent this from happening?


Gris Gris
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re: Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
Low and slow. Double boiler works well. If it starts to separate, add a splash or two of cream and whisk.


gumbo2176
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re: Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
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Low and slow.


This is the only way I reheat cream sauces.


NickyT
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re: Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
Thanks, putting it on the stove on warm for a hour


cgrand
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re: Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
share the sauce digits


NickyT
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re: Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
a recipe from delish

LINK

It says garlic but its not mentioned in the recipe so added 4 cloves of diced garlic
This post was edited on 12/6 at 6:12 pm


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Gris Gris
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re: Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
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Thanks, putting it on the stove on warm for a hour




That may be too long.


NickyT
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re: Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
Ill keep monitoring it, my warm setting is way low on my stove


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BigDropper
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re: Best way to reheat a cream sauce?
I find the best way to reheat a cream sauce is to mount it in hot water.

Heat 2-3 oz of water in a small (2 qt) sauce pot until simmering. Lower the heat and whisk in a couple of spoon fulls of the cream sauce at a time, making sure each addition is completely incorporated before adding more. Watch your heat, if it gets too hot it might break, if it gets too cold it will cease up. Good luck!


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