© Randal Oulton
A parsley sauce is a white sauce to which some fresh, finely chopped parsley has been added for colour and flavour.
It's a very old sauce in terms of English cooking. English cookery had many green sauces up until the end of the Middle Ages. Parsley sauce, along with mint sauce, may perhaps be the sole survivors still left in English kitchens.
It's very good with fish and poached foods.
Generally, parsley sauce / white sauce is somewhat fattening, unless you use a package mix which home ingredients can't compete with in that regard.
Parsley sauce mix
© Randal Oulton
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