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What do I do with a pint of cream sauce left over from yom kippur--the kind they put pickled herring in, but without the herring? It's delicious and I don't want it to go to waste but... Not sure what to do with it.

asked by fozziebayer about 4 years ago
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Amanda Hesser

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added about 4 years ago

Did it have herring in it before?

Withclair
added about 4 years ago

One container was just the cream sauce with onions (originally for topping pickled salmon), the other container had herring in it. Seriously it's more than I know what to do with but im sure it could be great in some capacity.

Aip-jessica-flanigan-bio-
added about 4 years ago

I would use it to make a quiche or a savory bread pudding. Or a soup like cream of mushroom and add your flavored cream into it.