Worcestershire sauce

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British pronunciation/wˈʊstəʃə sˈɔːs/
American pronunciation/wˈʊstɚʃɚ sˈɔːs/
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a tangy and savory condiment made from anchovies, vinegar, and various spices, originally made in Worcester, England

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What is "Worcestershire sauce"?

Worcestershire sauce is a savory and tangy condiment with a complex flavor profile, originally developed in England. It is made from a variety of ingredients, including anchovies, vinegar, molasses, onions, garlic, tamarind, cloves, and other spices. Worcestershire sauce has a rich and robust taste, with a combination of sweet, sour, salty, and umami flavors. It adds depth and complexity to dishes, enhancing their overall taste with its distinctive blend of ingredients. Worcestershire sauce is commonly used as a seasoning or flavoring agent in dishes such as marinades, sauces, soups, stews, and cocktails, adding a unique and flavorful twist to a wide range of recipes.

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They say that Worcestershire sauce gets its name from the city of Worcester in England.
I love to sprinkle Worcestershire sauce on my scrambled eggs.
The secret behind Worcestershire sauce lies in its unique combination of ingredients, such as anchovies, tamarind, and spices.
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