What’s in this bearnaise sauce mix?
This mix is full of carefully selected herbs and spices bursting with flavour
This easy-to-use mix for making your bearnaise sauce contains parsley, chervil, shallots, tarragon, salt and black pepper. This mix is part of our range of mixes for sauces along with tartare sauce mix and mustard mix. With these three mixes, impress your guests and make a success of all your sauces!
Where to use this bearnaise sauce mix?
This mix is perfect for making your bearnaise sauce but also for plenty of your daily dishes.
Discover our recipe ideas:
• Bearnaise sauce: add 2 teaspns. of this mix to the eggs, butter and vinegar to make your bearnaise sauce;
• Dip for nibbles: sprinkle 2 teaspns. of bearnaise sauce mix in some Greek yoghurt with some lemon juice and serve with raw vegetables for pre-dinner nibbles;
• Marinated salmon: marinate your salmon steaks in 1 tblspn. of bearnaise sauce mix and a drizzle of olive oil;
• Bearnaise butter: add 1 tblspn. of bearnaise sauce mix to your butter then shape your butter.
What are the flavours of this bearnaise sauce mix?
The distinctive aromas of this emblematic mix are herby due to the tarragon and sharp due to the shallots and the black pepper.
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The story behind bearnaise sauceContrary to popular belief bearnaise sauce does not come from the Bearn region. In fact it was originally created in Saint-Germain-en-Laye on the outskirts of Paris in the 19th century. It was invented by Jean-François Collinet, the chef of the Henri IV restaurant. And that’s the link with the Bearn region! King Henri IV was from Pau in the Bearnaise region; so Collinet made a tribute to Henri IV by naming his new invention after the King’s birthplace.
Recipe idea with bearnaise sauce mixDiscover our Terre Exotique bearnaise sauce recipe
|Ingredients||tarragon, salt, chervil, parsley, shallot, black pepper.|
|TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES||céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.|