Classic Cumberland Sauce Pairs Perfectly with Game Meats, Lamb, and Beef

The secret ingredient? Red currant jam

This classic German sauce makes the ideal accompaniment to game meats and works equally well with lamb and beef, particularly this Smoked Meatloaf with Cream Cheese Stuffing. The sauce is a sweet, spicy, and sharp combination of red currant jelly, port wine, citrus, mustard, and a bit of cayenne pepper for zip. Thanks to ChefDeCuisine.com for the recipe.

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Smoked Stuffed Meatloaf Glazed with Cumberland Sauce

This classic German sauce makes the ideal accompaniment to game meats and works equally well with lamb and beef. 

Makes. 1 1/2 cups

Takes. 20 minutes of prep and 15-20 minutes  of cooking

Ingredients

1 cup red currant jelly 

1 tablespoon chopped shallots 

1 tablespoon orange zest 

1 tablespoon lemon zest 

1 teaspoon grated ginger 

1 teaspoon English mustard 

1/2 cup port wine 

2 tablespoons orange juice 

1 tablespoon lemon juice 

1/2 teaspoon salt 

1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper

Method

1) Mix and cook. In a medium saucepan over medium heat, melt the currant jelly. Add the shallots, orange and lemon zest and grated ginger to the jelly.

2) Whisk the mustard into the wine and add to the pan. Add the orange and lemon juices and simmer the sauce for 5 to 10 minutes, whisking occasionally.

3) Season and keep warm. Season with salt and cayenne pepper. Keep the sauce warm until ready to use.

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AmazingRibs.com Editor David Joachim has authored, edited, or collaborated on more than 45 cookbooks including four on barbecue and grilling, making him a perfect match for a website dedicated to the “Science of Barbecue and Grilling.” His Food Science column has appeared in "Fine Cooking" magazine since 2011. 

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