Sauce Soubise

Preparation info

  • Makes

    2¼ cups

    • Difficulty


Appears in

A Canon of Vegetables

A Canon of Vegetables

By Raymond Sokolov

Published 2007

  • About

Sauce Soubise is named after a noble house. Its first famous member was Benjamin, de Rohan, Due de Soubise (1583–1642), leader of the Protestant faction during the reign of Louis XIII. He or his even more illustrious descendant, Prince Charles (1715–1782), a general defeated by Frederick the Great at Rossbach, may have taken credit for this onion coulis that goes so well with almost any mea