Worcestershire sauce

Worcestershire (also Worcestershire) is a sauce of English origin, named after the county of Worcester. Its formula has always remained a secret: it is known, however, that it includes shallots, garlic, malt vinegar, meat extract, anchovies, tamarind juice and cloves.

Worcestershire sauce is quite pungent and is used to spice up cooking stocks and meat sauces, to perfume sauces, tomato juices (served as aperitifs) and to flavor cold meats .

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