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Sauce for surf&turf

post #1 of 13
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Hey everyone, going to make short ribs and lobster agnolotti, surf & turf. I need some suggestions what kind of sauce that goes well with this dish, one killer sauce, lol! Thanks
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romesco

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post #3 of 13
Nice pick cheflayne.

Another one might be a burgundy sauce .

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post #4 of 13
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Thanks Cheflyane! A birdie in, but can't put any tree nuts, # allergic , wonder where I can get some nutty creaminess taste from?
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Love this forum,i might try some basic burgundy plus roasted tomato purée ( red coloring ) thanks!
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Thanks Cheflyane! A birdie in, but can't put any tree nuts, # allergic , wonder where I can get some nutty creaminess taste from?


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post #7 of 13

saffron tarragon sauce(cream, white wine)......for a southwest kick add jalapeno

roasted poblano-tomatillo sauce

mole verde for the short ribs

(looks like i have my southwest flavor hat on this morning!)

 

a question? how will this be plated? short ribs on top of pasta? next to?    fwiw, when i order surf and turf part of my reason is because i like the idea of two completly different entrees with two completely different sauces...different but ones that compliment the other.

 

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post #8 of 13
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I wish you wore your Asian hat that morning haha, thanks anyway! Planning to cook for my picky family, and it's going to be a short ribs next to pasta plus a sauce that goes well with both.
post #9 of 13

Garlic butter would make me happy. 

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post #10 of 13

If you are looking for Asian slant, perhaps try ayam masak merah.

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post #11 of 13
Uh oh, does that mean you are not going to toss your pasta IN the sauce?

oh my, just don't tell the others....
trust me you will never hear the end of it..as in ever!!rolleyes.gif

joey

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post #12 of 13
Soo, what sauce did you make Jowo? And did you toss? cool.gif

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post #13 of 13

creamy tornato sauce would be good

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