Worcestershire Sauce Recipe – Low Carb Keto Sauce | Saucy Sunday


Welcome all! Papa G here. Today is Saucy
Sunday! It’s where we focused primarily on low carbohydrate recipes for sauces,
condiments, and dressings. Most of the videos will be short and to the point.
Just something to help add a little flavor to your low carbohydrate diet. Let’s
get started. For this week’s sauce, we’ll be making a low carbohydrate Worcestershire sauce. Some low carb recipes have Worcestershire sauce as a consumable ingredient; which
is fine in small amounts, but when moderate amounts are called for, it’ll
increase the overall total net carbohydrates dramatically. Let me show you what I mean.
A popular brand has its serving size as one teaspoon, which only has one net carbohydrate.
But when a recipe requires a tablespoon or even a quarter cup, it adds quite a
bit of net carbohydrates and sugar to your overall net carbohydrate count. The
Worcestershire sauce recipe we’ll be making today will be just as tasty as
the store-bought, but with only a fraction of the carbohydrates. Without the heat
on, add a half a cup of apple cider vinegar to a saucepan; add a bit of water;
some soy sauce; about two tablespoons of fish sauce; a touch of liquid smoke; some
ground ginger; ground mustard; some onion powder; garlic powder; ground black pepper;
a liquid sugar substitute equal to three tablespoons of regular sugar. We’ll
finish off with a couple of whole cloves. Give a mix with a whisk and turn the
heat to medium-high. Let come to a medium boil. Reduce the heat to medium-low and
let simmer two to three minutes to allow the flavors to come together – stirring
occasionally. Turn the heat off and let cool just a bit. Strain the mix by pouring through a strainer. Sdd the sauce to a storage
container and store for later use. There you have it folks! My low carbohydrate
Worcestershire sauce recipe. A wonderful low carbohydrate replacement to a high carbohydrate
store-bought counterpart. I hope you enjoyed this video. If you did, please
like and consider subscribing. I’ll have something new every week. Thanks for
watching and I’ll see you next time!

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Reader Comments

  1. Vickie Cook

    Ive never bought fish sauce?? But what your saying about the sauce is very true,,high in carbs. I just fear I would'nt use enough of it before it ruined. Wonder how long it would keep?? I never use more than a teaspoon in most recipes on account of the carb count. I did buy coconut aminos,which was very expensive but I sub with it sometimes. But thanks for another great recipe Papa G!

  2. High Fat High Fun

    Nice! I had someone ask me about Keto steak sauces the other day, and I just blinked dumbfoundedly. I’ll be sending them this way, for sure! Thanks, G!!

  3. David Squire

    You know I'm a huge fan of your videos so this is NOT a negative post but do I have to ask…Are all fish sauces the same? My house stinks right now from making this a little while ago. Any suggestions on some kind of replacement for the fish sauce? My dogs are sneezing like crazy, too! LOL!

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