Bread sauce - yay or nay?

(70 Posts)
ThisNight Fri 25-Nov-16 22:10:49

So I've never made, or indeed eaten bread sauce, but wondering whether to give it a try this year - I don't eat turkey, or much dairy really so can't see the appeal of thickened milk. However I do like to please my guests.

So, tell me wise ones, is bread sauce a deal breaker for you?

Inthenick Fri 25-Nov-16 22:11:27

Yes, must have it.

Manumission Fri 25-Nov-16 22:12:20

I tried it once. I was very nearly sick.

It's more of a marmite thing than marmite is, I think.

Bertucci Fri 25-Nov-16 22:12:49

Nay. It's disgusting.

hugoagogo Fri 25-Nov-16 22:13:38

It must be served.

WhoKnowsWhereTheT1meG0es Fri 25-Nov-16 22:14:10

It's vomit-inducing to me, but we have it for my mum (she makes and brings it). Just so long as I don't have to eat it.

FadedRed Fri 25-Nov-16 22:16:22

I always make some for Christmas dinner, but only then, never any other time of the year. Odd really. DH loathes it, and this has become one of the seasonal jokes in our house.
Mine is very mild, made with warmed milk infused with onion and cloves, white bread and seasoned lightly with salt and pepper. Very simple to make.

WhoKnowsWhereTheT1meG0es Fri 25-Nov-16 22:17:35

That's how my mum makes it. Even the thought of it makes me feel a bit yuck.

ThisNight Fri 25-Nov-16 22:20:42

Those who say yay, what's the appeal?

annandale Fri 25-Nov-16 22:23:14

Absolutely love it. Just perfect with poultry in my opinion. I love onion, I love bread, I love milk, what's not to like?

Rochefort Fri 25-Nov-16 22:25:28

Delia Smith's bread sauce is a thing of beauty. I couldnt eat xmas dinner without it

woodhill Fri 25-Nov-16 22:25:40

Yuck I won't touch it, dh makes it

PenguinsandPebbles Fri 25-Nov-16 22:26:08

Under duress I make the vile stuff

I cheat and use a packet mix, it's really as good as they are going to get blush

flapjackfairy Fri 25-Nov-16 22:27:22

Nay nay nay !

AgentProvocateur Fri 25-Nov-16 22:27:38

It's the highlight of my Christmas meal. Get the ready-made stuff from m&s.

NinjaPosse Fri 25-Nov-16 22:28:03

Christmas dinner isn't Christmas dinner without bread sauce for me! I absolutely love it.

Sweets101 Fri 25-Nov-16 22:28:34

Yes yes yes. Best thing ever! Follow Delia's recipe (don't get it out a packet!) It's is the very essence of Christmas dinner.
without breadsauce it's just a roast dinner.

ThisNight Fri 25-Nov-16 22:28:45

This is not helpful!

CocoLoco87 Fri 25-Nov-16 22:30:08

Could eat a bowlful by itself! Warm, cosy and comforting smile I love it with chicken.

ThisNight Fri 25-Nov-16 22:30:19

And watching vintage Delia was what started me thinking I should make it.

Kuriusoranj Fri 25-Nov-16 22:30:24

Love it. Make it for scratch as it's so so easy. We have it with pretty much every roast (every couple of months for us) and DEFINITELY with Christmas dinner. I've always liked the accompaniments to a meal as much or sonetines more than the main bits.

Might even go mad and do onion sauce as well this year.

NoSuchThingAsThePerfectParent Fri 25-Nov-16 22:31:04

Love it! It makes the roast. Just like stuffing and gravy. Yum!

TondelayaDellaVentamiglia Fri 25-Nov-16 22:31:26

yay!

i love it ...with the actual christmas dinner and it is an Excellent glue to hold all the turkey and ham in your sandwich. Not slippy like mayo.

milk, S&P, finely chopped onion and a couple of cloves and just let that steep, broken bread and let that soak, and then let it down to a saucy consistency with double cream.
pick the cloves out before you add the bread and get a good grating of fresh nutmeg in there too.

you can leave the cloves in and live dangerously.

CremeEggThief Fri 25-Nov-16 22:31:58

Yay. I'm vegetarian, and to me, the best parts of a Christmas dinner are roast potatoes and bread sauce.

PosiePootlePerkins Fri 25-Nov-16 22:31:58

Yes, but only my DMs homemade version! I once tried MILs which had come out of a packet, blurgh.

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