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Worcestershire Sauce.

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6 years 11 months ago - 6 years 11 months ago #184 by Nev666
Worcestershire Sauce. was created by Nev666
Nice and tangy Wooshta sauce ideal for marinades and straight out drinking from the bottle.

Ingredients:
1/2 Garlic bulb
1/2ts salt
1/2ts allspice
1/4ts nutmeg
1/4ts cloves
1/4ts pepper
2ltr brown vinegar
1 cup treacle
220gm plum jam
1/2 to 1 cup chopped birdseye chilli (to taste)
Method:
Combine all ingredients in a large pot and bring to boil, reduce to simmer for 1 hour. Let cool then strain contents of pot through a sieve. Bottle and store for 2 weeks. This sauce only gets better with time. You can substitute the nutmeg for tamarind also. Enjoy!!
Last edit: 6 years 11 months ago by Nev666.

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6 years 11 months ago #187 by Gash
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Sounds good Jex, hanging to try this one!!

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6 years 11 months ago #189 by Pebbbles
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ok YUM!

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6 years 11 months ago #206 by gwnbrewing
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Without anchovies, I'm afraid this sauce may be lacking.

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6 years 11 months ago #211 by Nev666
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Sure, you can add Anchovy fillets to this recipe if desired. I wouldn't recommend more than 5 or 6.I found them to be a tad salty for this particular recipe.

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6 years 11 months ago #214 by Pebbbles
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I like this recipe as my girl(paws)friend is horrendously allergic to little fishies so its perfect for her - also a man who's head I live inside can take the salt out of this and still have a great sauce - or substitute the salt for a couple of little fishies :silly: I like the versatility of this

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6 years 11 months ago #215 by gwnbrewing
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yeah for sure, it is a great base.

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Gash - Wed 16 Oct - 11:50

Yes you will need to, like in the video, real extract not the imitation cheers mate

Navsingh - Sun 13 Oct - 13:06

Hi Gash,i did your Choc Vanilla stout recipe. I added 2 vanilla beans in the boil and nothing later. Tasted it yesterday and it was more coffee flavour than choc and no hint of vanilla. what should i do. should i add 50g on Vanilla ext in the keg?

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Wed 9 Oct - 15:51

Note to self for brew day tomorrow. Plug phone into the power so that one hour doesnt turn into 1.5 hours. :O

Gash - Tue 8 Oct - 07:38

It takes about 10 days with a good yeast pitch, but you can use Kveik yeast and ferment at 35c if possible and have it done in under 7 days. Cheers!

Navsingh - Mon 7 Oct - 01:41

Hi guys, i will be brewing coopers neipa in few days. Can you plz tell me minimum how many days it was fermented. Im under pressure as i have to fill up few kegs for my Birthday party.

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