My Medieval Sauce Recipe.
I first introduced my Medieval sauce recipe in 1996 when I had opened a small cottage industry, at first producing sauces from original Roman recipes. I think you will enjoy the spicy flavours so popular during medieval times. Likewise my recipe was popular at most of the Museums and Historical houses in England and Wales that I was making batches of 200 jars per day to keep up with sales,as well as selling more at the Re enactment markets John and I attended.
A Medieval kitchen scene.
A Medieval cook stirring the sauce.
A discussion on the merits of sauce.
MEDIEVAL SAUCE RECIPE (No cooking needed for this recipe)
l tablespoon vinigar
l tablespoon olive oil
2 tablespoons of honey..
A PINCH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING
Pound the herbs in a mortar
add the fruit and pound well with the herbs.
add the vinegar
mix until well blended
add the olive oil and honey
Mix well until a smooth consistency is achieved.
PLEASE NOTE, Your personal taste may prefer this sauce to be either a little sweeter or more spicy. If so, vary this to your own taste.
Use this sauce as a relish for all game bird such as pheasant,duck or goose.
If a pouring sauce is preferred,add a little wine.pour over joint, and serve.
This sauce also goes well with pork pies and ham. In fact, try it with any other foods you fancy.