Sauce for Fish

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After half the milk has been added, cook the sauce for a couple of minutes.

It will thicken during this time and become a paste again.

Remove from the heat and add another quarter of the milk.

Whisk and stir again until it is blended and the sauce becomes smooth again.

Add the rest of the milk.

Return to a medium heat and stir all the time.

The sauce will thicken again and you must then decide if you want it a bit thinner or if it's OK as it is - whisk a tablespoon of milk at a time until it's the right consistency.

Cook for about 8 minutes in total, stirring often.

Add the parsley to the sauce.

Check the seasoning at this stage - go easy on the salt, but you may like a few twists of pepper.

Allow the sauce to cook for another minute or so.

Serve hot with plainly cooked fish - cod, salmon etc or use to make a fish pie.

I shouldn't really mention this, being the writer of a fish site - but it's also fantastic with gammon steaks!

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Parsley Sauce for Fish

By , Mar 25, 2017

Parsley Sauce for Fish

Step by step photos and instructions show you how to make parsley sauce for fish - or anything!.

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook time: 10 minutes

Yield: 4

Main Ingredient: parsley, milk, flour, butter

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