Yield: Yields about 1 cup.
This variation on the classic mignonette sauce uses a white verjus in place of red-wine vinegar. Verjus, the unsweetened, unfermented juice of unripened wine grapes, gives the sauce a more mellow flavor. You can find verjus, which comes in red or white just like wine, at specialty grocery stores.
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When i made this recipe, i used red verjus and fleur de sal. This combination increases the flavor of fresh oysters and my friends gave me all thumbs-up.
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