nectarine and white wine sauce

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nectarine and white wine sauce

Postby fr0sty » Mon Jul 26, 2010 7:16 am

I have been making this sauce the last few times I grilled venison steaks.  It don't really measure stuff when making this, so it's all a best guess.

1 or 2 table spoons of olive oil
1/4 or so finely chopped onions
1 nectarine (you could substitute a peach or mango)
Dalmatia fig spread
one cup of white wine (chardonnay or another non sweet white)
crushed garlic
table spoon of lemon juice
1/2 of a serrano pepper
fresh ground pepper to taste

    * Put the olive oil is a sauce pan and heat until hot.  Pour in onions and saute until just turning brown
    * add a teaspoon of crushed garlic.  Saute for a minute or two
    * add white wine, lemon juice, finely chopped serrano pepper and chopped nectarine
    * add ground pepper to taste
    * keep heat on medium and allow mixture to reduce by about 50%
    * add two table spoons of the Dalmatia fig spread.  The stuff I use come from Byerly's. 
    * Let the entire mixture slow good a couple minutes to allow the fig spread to blend in

It goes great with back straps, but would be equally as good with beef or chicken.

Couple of notes.  Add more or less of the serrano pepper for the heat.  If the mixture gets to thick, add some more white wine and simmer it a little more.

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Re: nectarine and white wine sauce

Postby Ohio farms » Wed Feb 08, 2012 8:27 am

I was looking around here and found this recipe. Not sure how I missed it.
Could not find the Delmatia fig spread to I had to order it online. I'll let you know how it turns out when I get the ingredients all together.

I finally tried the recipe, but I had to order the Delmatia fig spread online which was not cheap. Long story short....didn't like it. Grilled the saddle with S & P and washed it down with a blueberry stout. It was great.
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