This week we’re trying a pretty simple sauce. It’s so simple it goes on either broiled fish OR baked potatoes.
I somehow don’t find that combination to be particularly reassuring.
- 1 cup dairy sour cream
- 2 tablespoons chopped green onion with tops
- 2 tablespoons frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
- 3 dashes bottled hot pepper sauce
- Combine sour cream, onion, lemonade concentrate, and hot pepper sauce.
- Serve over broiled fish or baked potatoes.
- Makes 1 cup sauce.
And only has four ingredients… wait, wait wait wait.
Does this really call for thawed lemonade concentrate?
Lemonade concentrate and onions.
Lemonade concentrate, onions, and three dashes of hot sauce. All in sour cream.
But once it’s all mixed together, all you really see is the sour cream. Sneaky, huh?
“What, too sour?”
“No, ugh, too sweet.”
He took another bite, though (brave guy).
“Wait, that bite wasn’t sweet at all. This is weird.”
Verdict: Weird, but not all that bad in small amounts.
Our tasting notes:
The weird collection of ingredients more or less came together, but it only tasted good in very small amounts. It was slightly better on the fish than the potato. On either one, a light layer tastes better than a generous helping. Tweaking the ingredients (lemon juice instead of lemonade concentrate, adding salt) could help make this a lot better.