Worcestershire Sauce

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Clarity
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  • Did you know?

    In 1837 two English chemists, John Lea and William Perrins, discovered Worcestershire sauce from an East Indian recipe. Freshly made it was, “filthy tasting” but surprisingly, after fermenting for a few months, it became a tasty condiment.

 

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by Danny on Jan 03, 2012
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One reviewer mentioned that tamarind needs to be used here. First I made a batch exactly as it is and then another batch with 2 tbsp tamarind pulp. I liked the one with the tamarind flavor but woul...
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by bfelten on Jun 05, 2011
 

The most important ingredient of all -- tamarind -- seems to be missing?
 

 
by Butterpie on Apr 21, 2010
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Just gave this recipe a try and it came out pretty neat. Of course it's not like the bottled ones but better if you have the time and patience for a homemade Worcestershire Sauce.