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Five Sauces Everyone Should Know How to Make for Endless Meal Options

Five Sauces Everyone Should Know How to Make for Endless Meal Options
uUse béchamel sauce in lasagna, to cook vegetables in a casserole, for mac n' cheese, and pretty much any cheese-based dish. You can substitute vegetable stock instead of the milk for a vegan version. Basically, you moisten white roux (equal parts butter and flour) with milk, salt, an onion with cloves stuck in it, and simmer until it's creamy and smooth. As an alternative, the New York Times offers a healthy version using extra virgin olive oil instead of butter.

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