This is a really easy sauce to make, which I think will go with pretty much any meat; and I am guessing with most white fish. Some people may find 4 garlic cloves a bit strong, but I love garlic so it’s a good amount for me.
Ingredients – Serves 4
300ml Whipping Cream – £0.95 (approximate cost in GBP).
25g Butter – £0.10
100g Mushrooms – or whatever suits your macros – £0.40
4 Cloves of Garlic – £0.20
Fresh Tyme – £0.20
Salt and Pepper to taste.
Instructions – Prep Time: 5 minutes. Cooking Time: 10
Chop the mushrooms, and cook in a frying pan on medium heat with the butter. Once they have browned a bit, add chopped garlic and fresh tyme for a couple of minutes. Do not burn the garlic. Then pour in the cream. Turn down to a low simmer, and stir for 5 minutes or so until the sauce has thickened a bit. Pour over whatever you are having and enjoy. So easy.
The sauce per serving; you are looking at around 125 Calories, Total Carbs 4g (4%), Protein 3g (3%) and Fat 50g (93%). These figures are taken from MyFitnessPal, so you could argue the figures up and down a bit but you get my point. The sauce per person/portion is around £0.50.
Disclaimer – this is not a picture of my mushroom sauce but it looks a lot like it. I took a picture of my sauce plated up with sliced greens, brussel sprouts and beef rump steak. The picture looked decent when I cropped it, but the saved crop did not pull through to wordpress. The alignment of the photo looked horrendous on here. So I found the above picture, on bing images. Please note as my recipe is for the Ketogenic Diet, I used less mushrooms than was in this picture.
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