6 tsp. Fresh
3 Tbsp. dried
green peppercorns soaked in 1/4 wine
3/4 cup heavy cream
2 cups white wine (dry)
2 Tbsp. butter
Preparation with meat drippings:
If the peppercorn sauce is intended for meat such as steaks, marinade by pressing a
few cracked black peppercorns into them and coating in olive oil. Let stand for several hours.
If meat is cooked in a pan, deglaze the pan when cooking is completed and meat has
been removed, with 1 cup of the wine and reduce to half over medium heat. See peppercorn sauce
Preparation without meat drippings:
Add butter to a sauce pan and let lightly brown, deglaze with1 cup of the wine
and reduce to half over medium heat..
Peppercorn sauce continued:
Add remaining cracked black peppercorns, green peppercorns, and 3/4 cup cream to
sauce pan. Continue cooking while constantly stirring until sauce is reduced by half. You should now have about 3/4
of a cup peppercorn sauce which can be added to all kinds of food.
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