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Hi Guys

I just recently came across this picture and the Mushroom sauce topped on whatever this is looks absolutely divine.
I've always been interested in making a Mushroom Sauce but never really had a goal as such - now that this picture caught my attention, this is the Goal Post for me on Mushroom Sauces - I really can't connect on the flavor of this one but I'd like to achieve a sauce with the following characteristics

1. Medium Consistency - not too runny and not thick - should just about coat the back of a spoon.

2. The color of the sauce in this picture is perfect - lightly color indicating not an overcooked sauce

3. I would like to get a very subtle sweetness from the sauce - not sure whether sugar or natural sweetness from an onion sounds better

4. A tang would be great either but not the kind that's going to throw this sauce in the direction of Mayonnaise

5. Mushroom flavor is a must - It was must be prominent in the sauce

6. Some buttery flavor will be good also

Hope to get some tantalizing feedback from you guys

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Hey Guys

This is a Cheddar Melt Sauce from a famous restaurant in South Africa called Spur - I have tasted this stuff numerous times and just love it - I would think it is the closest I would get to the pic I originally posted. They also sell it in retails stores in a pouch ready to be used. How would one go about making something like this?
http://www.buysouthafricaonline.co.uk/Spur-Cheddamelt

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Correct - salt is a given and to taste at the end.

BrianShaw - It's for a home dinner although it's a treat to family when I have them over - you know, to impress /img/vbsmilies/smilies/chef.gif
 
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