20 March 2009 ~ 2 Comments

Colourful White Wine Curry Sauce

Colourful White Wine Curry Sauce : From Robin-Lee Pereda

This recipe is from Robin-Lee!  Another *must-try* contest submission!

“This one I traditionally do as a vegetarian dish, with egg rolls or something
on the side, but I have added pork or chicken into the sauce & it’s very nice as

Prep Time- 10 minutes
Cook Time- less then 10 minutes

Peel, Slice & Boil 4-6 carrots, depending on size. DO NOT over cook- they can
still be slightly crispy, as they will cook further in the sauce.  Set cooked
carrots aside.

In a seperate sauce pan, combine 1 cup of milk, 1/3 cup of ranch dressing & 1
tablespoon of cornstarch.  Heat over medium heat until the dressing & cornstarch
dissolve nicely in the milk.  Do NOT let it boil.  Slowly wisk in 2 cups of
white wine.  If you add it too quickly, the milk may curdle.

6-8 Cloves of fresh garlic, diced (more or less to taste.)
1-2 teaspoons of curry powder (more or less to taste… or should I say
– Salt & Pepper to taste.
– The cooked carrots.  (other veggies may be nice too- I’ve always just used
carrots & it tastes great!)

Gentling bring to a boil in order to infuse the sauce with the garlic flavour &
then reduce heat & leave simmering until ready to serve.  If it is too thick
upon standing, add more milk to thin it out.

I like this one over just regular spegetti noodles, but again, any pasta would
likely work.

2 Responses to “Colourful White Wine Curry Sauce”

  1. Hubert Maughan 10 December 2010 at 8:08 am Permalink

    thanks for that dude! awesome idea and thoroughly interesting read. i been trying to convince my boys that we should have a guys curry night-in instead of going out every week, and actually did it last week. effin great success, i tell you! i found a tasty korma and a few others from this curry recipe site, and even made the naan myself too. who said guys cant cook!

  2. Judy Hante 20 January 2011 at 3:58 pm Permalink

    This was the first entry that came up when I googled Curry White Wine Sauce! Looks easy, I’m definitely giving it a try on my family. Thanks!

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