Martha Stewart Teaches You How to Make Sauces | Martha’s Cooking School S3E9 “Sauces”

A terrific sauce can take a dish from good to great. In this , Martha goes over some classics, starting with Béarnaise Sauce, a derivative of Hollandaise. Next she makes Kansas City Barbecue Sauce, which is tomato-based with a sweet-tart flavor. Tartar Sauce– Martha's variation includes capers, shallots, and cornichons– and a delicious Cocktail Sauce are both beloved staples. Then Martha reveals us make Salsa Verde, a perfect accompaniment to grilled meats, poultry, seafood, and veggies.

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Get the dishes at:

00:00 Introduction
00:45 Make Béarnaise Sauce
6:13 How To Make Barbecue Sauce
11:06 How To Make Tartar Sauce
13:14 How To Make Salsa Verde
16:18 How To Make Cocktail Sauce
20:01 How To Make Velouté Sauce
23:34 Benefit– How To Make Charred Tomatillo Salsa

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This originally aired on PBS as Martha Stewart's School Season 3 9

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Martha Stewart Teaches You How to Make Sauces|Martha's School S3E9 "Sauces".

Martha Stewart Teaches You How to Make Sauces | Martha's Cooking School S3E9 "Sauces"

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  1. Wow amazing I love 💕 this recipy looks too yummy well prepared well explained will definately try soon super amazing presentation stay blessed stay connected have a nice day fully watched hope to see you around thank my sweet friend 💕

  2. Hello from Washington!!♥️ I wish everybody have a wonderful day!😍 Thank you for the video!🌷🌺🌸💐

  3. M is always very good at explaining things clearly I must say.
    In Ireland (and the UK) we use the word ‘minced’ only in relation to meat – we would say ‘minced beef’ for example, not ‘ground beef’. Also, we would say ‘finely chopped’ in relation to vegetables; never minced. What Americans call an eggplant, we call an aubergine – and zucchini are called courgettes. Probably lots of other examples too 😀

  4. Thank you fir sharing all your good recipes. I like the way you explain step by step. I needed a BBQ sauce and chili verde recipe. Have a nice day. Stay Safe. 🌹🌺🌷🌺

  5. Martha is usually great at french recipies, but this isn’t proper béarnaise, it’s far too liquid. For once she makes a mistake, phew, sorta reassuring.

  6. *You are my inspiration. Thanks for everything*

  7. Thank you . I never had the bearish sauce. Looks fantastic.I like sweet BbQ sauce.

  8. Thank you for sharing these recipes Martha I have definitely learnt something here XX

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