In Purrsuit of Flavours….Dill Sauce

Bye Phenny and Nellie. If, you don’t already know, these two from Easy Blog are our hosts for In Purrsuit.  We’ll SKYPE again next month.  OK, Shoko I’m off the computer.  Shoko?  Where did you go?  You’re out on the deck!  Woah, it’s pretty cool Shoks…..come inside.  Alright, I’ll come out and look at….what’s that?  What have you got....mol Made ya look…mol                                                       
Now, we have to wait for someone to notice us out here and the north wind is blowing so hard he could pass out anytime.Thank heavens mom saw us out here.

We are joining Comedy Plus and Wordless Wednesday. Go say “hi ya” to Sandee.  She adores visitors.  Simply click on the name and in a blink you’re there.

Ok Tyebe show everyone the ingredients they need for this dill sauce.


This sauce takes only a few minutes to make.

INGREDIENTS:

1 can of Chicken broth
1 cup of sour cream
about 3 tablespoons of flour…..thicken to your preference.
dill…..I used a hefty amount 4 tablespoons. Taste and see if 2 tablespoons of dill is sufficient.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Put the chicken broth in a small pot and add the sour cream. When the mixture is warm take a few tablespoons on the mixture and put in a small bowl (nappy). Add and stir the flour like someone lit fire to your hand. You want to blend the flour mixture into the sauce so add slowly. No one likes lumpy sauce. Once the sauce is thickened….and your dill and then you’re finished. So easy. If, you feel like experimenting you can try garlic, rosemary or just about anything else you want to this sauce. Chicken and fish are superb with dill sauce.                                                                 

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32 thoughts on “In Purrsuit of Flavours….Dill Sauce

      1. franhunne4u

        All is well, I think I would have figured it out, anyways, but I thought it doesn’t damage to ask … given how the writer of Easy’s Blog works in the kitchen … *no, not dissing, I think it amusing*

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      I love your ideas. I would have many sauces waiting in the freezer for mom’s consumption but there’s not much room in the fridge freezer. Rosemary would go with fish too. Garlic is just one of those things I add without thinking about it. In fact, I put some garlic in the dill sauce.

      Shoko

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  2. easyweimaraner

    love it!!!! and sadly my dream about fresh dill from the garden bursted… it is really cold now and frozen LOL … and we will follow your advice with da fiery hands hahahaha… well said!!!

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  3. onespoiledcat

    A most yummy dill sauce recipe! Thanks! Forgive us for not doing “Purrrrsuit” this week – our Teaser Tell All post was HUGE today and Mom just ran out of steam sitting at the computer.

    Hugs, Teddy

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  4. Marv, Jo Jo, Kozmo, Cinnamon and Barb

    Oh! My! COD! That looks so wonderfu! We have fresh frozen dill from our garden and boy oh boy that would be terrific! Too bad we did not have this recipe BEFORE the New Year’s SaLmon. We hare having HAM tomorrow for Ukrainian Christmas, I wonder if we could put it on that!
    Thanks for the sauce guys!
    Purrs Marv

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  5. kittiesblue

    That sounds yummy. I know our mom really likes dill. Looks as if you were a big help, Tyebe. Did you add a few kitty furs to the sauce? It’s a good condiment. Sending lots of purrs and paw-pats, Cooper Murphy 😻🐈💝

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