Simmer sauces are one of the easiest ways to add flavor to your food without spending hours in the kitchen. They are made with healthy ingredients and will add tons of flavor to any food. In addition, simmer sauces are easy to prepare and don’t require any specialized training to make. You can use them over any type of carbohydrate and they’ll enhance the flavor of your dish. At PCC, we carry a wide variety of simmer sauces from all over the world.
The Simply Organic Classic Fajita Simmer Sauce pairs well with chicken or pork and can be served with warm tortillas, guacamole, sour cream, and salsa. Alternatively, Simply Organic Southwest Taco Simmer Sauce pairs perfectly with classic taco fixings like shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, refried beans, and Spanish rice. You can also try the tangy Thaifusions sauce with chicken or pork and a variety of vegetables.
Simmer sauces are a great way to add flavor to vegetables and proteins. Many simmer sauces come in a single-serving pouch. Choose one that fits your family’s tastes best. Then, use it to spice up any meal. The options are endless. You’ll be delighted by the flavor and the ease of preparation. The sauces will keep for a long time because they’re shelf-stable and refrigerated.
Simmer sauces are great for slow-cooking foods. Simmering reduces the cooking time of food, bringing out more flavor and avoiding overcooking. While liquids are bubbling but not at a rolling boil, simmering temperatures preserve the nutrients and improve the taste of food. Simmering temperatures are also ideal for slow-cooking foods. You can also use the sauce to reheat it later. You can use water or milk to reheat it in a microwave. Simmer sauces are also great for making tender and flavorful meat, even when it’s tough.
Simmer sauces are versatile and are the ultimate kitchen hack. Add them to any food and they’ll turn it into a delicious meal. Most simmer sauces are mild, but if you like spicy foods, try a hotter one. A great Indian curry sauce is also easy to buy and use.
Look for the label and choose the type of heat you’re accustomed to. If you’re not accustomed to spicy food, choose one of the milder options.
There are plenty of ways to incorporate simmer sauces into your meals. A classic tikka masala needs a marinade before cooking. A delicious and easy way to use a marinade is to pour the sauce over precooked meat. For a quick and healthy meal, simply cook the meat and vegetables and add the simmered sauce to them. You can serve this dish with a side of Basmati rice or a buttered naan. It contains Ghee and other non-GMO ingredients.
Another popular Ethiopian stew is a meat and lentil stew prepared with Mild Simmer Sauce. Using this sauce thickens the stew with rich tomatoes and adds a hint of Ethiopian flavor. Simmering Ethiopian food in this sauce will fill your kitchen with the aroma of delicious stew, satisfying any person who enjoys Ethiopian cuisine. This simmer sauce works for chicken, beef, lamb, pork, and fish. If you’d like to prepare Ethiopian cuisine, you can use it in the same way.
Another popular option is to simmer your sauce in a resealable zip-lock bag and freeze it until it’s solid. You can store the sauce for up to six months in the freezer, but it’s best to use it within three months. If you need leftover sauce, you can thaw it overnight in the fridge and use it as needed. You can even store it in the freezer and reheat it later for a fresh meal.
Ingredients in Simmer sauces can vary greatly. You can purchase tomato puree, which contains tomato paste, citric acid, and less than two percent salt, and fresh onions for flavor. Chicken stock contains dehydrated chicken broth, onions, and cane sugar. Some Simmer sauces also contain flavors such as Kashmiri Chili Powder, lime juice concentrate, and ginger. This is because these ingredients contain citric acid, glycerine, and fructose.