Simple and Easy Madeira Sauce

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How about learning a new sauce to make your meats tastier and juicier? Today I'm going to teach you an amazing Simple and Easy Madeira Sauce recipe, a true wonder that you will love to try.

The recipe is easier than you think, taking just 30 minutes to prepare and yielding 1 serving.

This is the ideal sauce for you who seek practicality, delight and juiciness in your meat.

My tip is that you prepare the sauce for the next family lunch and add that bodied to the dishes with this wonder that will add much more flavor to them.

In case you've never tasted it or don't know, Madeira sauce is made from red wine, a drink that most people like and that brings many benefits to our health.

To give you an idea, according to a study carried out by Harvard Medical School, resveratrol – a compound found in the skin of red grapes – helps to delay aging and is one of the main agents of longevity.

In addition, red wine also activates a gene that prevents the formation of new fat cells, allowing us to stimulate existing ones and purify them, eliminating them little by little. In other words, it helps you lose weight!

But anyway, the recipe is tasty and full of advantages, so you can't help but make it!

And don't think that the recipe is too difficult and only people with experience in the kitchen can make it, quite the opposite.

The Madeira sauce recipe can even be made by those people who have never cooked or do not think they are good at gastronomy. By following the step by step, you will get a great final result!

Simple and Easy Madeira Sauce Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • One tablespoon of wheat flour
  • A tablespoon of dry red wine
  • 1 small packet of seasoning
  • 1 tablespoons of soy sauce
  • Water
  • Mushrooms

How to Make Simple and Easy Madeira Sauce


Place the oil and butter in a skillet and cook until the butter melts.


Then, with the fire off, add the flour and mix well.


Add the seasoning, soy sauce, wine and turn the heat back on.


Add water slowly until you reach the point: the sauce cannot be too watery or thick.


Put the mushrooms, boil, when it is thick, turn off the heat and serve with the meat of your choice.

Now that you've learned how to make this delicious Simple and Easy Madeira Sauce, how about also knowing other very tasty and practical recipes that we have here on the blog My Recipes? We have many options for snacks, treats and other delicious delicacies to make your day better.