Rockfort Ringtel Sauce Cooking Demonstration

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What should be added to the sautéed onion to give the Rockfort ringtel sauce its thickness?

Why should the sauce not be salted until the end?

What is the purpose of aging Rockfort cheese in caves?

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  • The text is about a cooking demonstration for a classic Rockfort ringtel sauce to accompany a beef steak.
  • The sauce is simple and quick to make, taking only 10 minutes.
  • Ingredients include an onion (echalote), oil, and a little bit of beef stock.
  • The onion is sliced thinly, and sautéed in oil until it softens and releases its moisture.
  • The sauce is reduced by simmering it over low heat, adding a little bit of beef stock for thickness.
  • The sauce should not be salted until the end, as Rockfort cheese is already salty.
  • The meat is cooked in the oven, and the sauce and fries are kept warm until service.
  • The sauce is a traditional one for gatherings among friends, often referred to as a "pot's sauce".
  • The Rockfort cheese used in the sauce is a French Appellation d'Origine Protégée and is aged in caves.
  • The sauce is served with a beef steak, fries, and a purée.

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Learn how to make a classic Rockfort ringtel sauce to accompany a beef steak in this quick and simple cooking demonstration. The sauce, made with onion, oil, and a little bit of beef stock, is a traditional favorite for gatherings among friends and is often referred to as a 'pot's sauce'.

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