Leek in cream sauce recipe
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Recipe introThis Leek in Cream Sauce recipe is a delightful and comforting dish that combines the subtle flavors of leeks with a rich and creamy sauce. The tender leeks are cooked until they are perfectly soft and then smothered in a velvety cream sauce that adds a luxurious touch. This recipe is simple to make yet incredibly satisfying, making it perfect for a cozy dinner or as a side dish.
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Leek in cream sauce recipe details
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InstructionsPreheat the to 200°C.
Wash the leeks thoroughly to remove sand or soil. Cut each stalk into 4 equal size pieces, cut each piece lengthways twice. Tie into bunches.
Place the leeks in a pot with boiling water, add the lemon rind and bayleaves. Cook for 15-20 minutes. Drain off but reserve the cooking liquids.
Make a roux, using 30g of the butter,melt this in a saucepan, add flour and cook for 1 minute (a roux can be used to thicken any sauce).
Pour about 375-400ml of the cooking liquid into the roux stirring al the time. Season the sauce with pepper and nutmeg.
Place the leeks in a oven-proof dish and cover with the sauce.Melt the remaining butter in a small saucepan until it starts to bubble up, add the breadcrumbs and brown all over.
Sprinkle the crumb/butter mixture over the dish. Place in the oven and bake for 15 minutes. Remove the twine and serve immediatly.
Note:If leek is not available then this dish also tastes good using spring onions. If margarine is used instead of butter then this dish would be suitable for vegan diets
ca. 30 min
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