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    Newburg Sauce

    Does anybody have a good recipe for Newburg sauce? Thanks,

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    Newburg Sauce is for lobster or shrimp mostly.
    saute your lobster cut in four parts with butter and oil stir in cayenne pepper and salt until nice and red deglaze with a good sherry let flame up can use brandy
    add some fish fumet and bouquet garni remove lobster meat leave shells in pot
    cook down 25 min . strain into another pot bring up add cream and reduce
    add a little more sherry and s/p to taste take off heat add the liasion of 2yolks to a pint of cooled slighty sauce and then into pot stir pour over your lobster pices .

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    Sounds great.

    If anyone wants to send me a couple of lobsters, I'd be happy to give this recipe a try.
    I really am related to Tony Clifton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    Newburg Sauce is for lobster or shrimp mostly.
    saute your lobster cut in four parts with butter and oil stir in cayenne pepper and salt until nice and red deglaze with a good sherry let flame up can use brandy
    add some fish fumet and bouquet garni remove lobster meat leave shells in pot
    cook down 25 min . strain into another pot bring up add cream and reduce
    add a little more sherry and s/p to taste take off heat add the liasion of 2yolks to a pint of cooled slighty sauce and then into pot stir pour over your lobster pices .
    Thank you


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    Oh your welcome Marko
    hope you got all the cook speak.

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