Worcestershire Sauce, I never really know how to pronouce that name. But this sauce is very much a part of my kitchen pantry. This is because it is a staple used for marinades and as a condiment. The sauce is also a key ingredient in making bloody mary cocktail. Worcestershire sauce is made from vinegar and flavored with onions, anchovies, garlic, molasses, tamarind plus other seasonings. There are three types of Worcestershire sauce, they include gluten free worcestershire sauce, vegetarian or vegan worcestershire sauce and low sodium worcestershire sauce
Worcestershire sauce is used in many ways, during cooking or used as a condiment. Used in marinades, the sauce is brushed on meat, poultry or fish that is grilled, fried or baked. The sauce is used when grilling, stir frying vegetables or steaming.
Worcestershire sauce is used as condiment on sandwiches, shell fish or seasoning for salads. The sauce add a delicious savoriness and seasoning in soups and stews. I love this sauce because it adds an umami element to food. Some of its benefits include sodium, a small amount of iron, Vitamin C and calcium.