Pretty close in flavor to the real thing. It will take a long time, but you could steep some dried mushrooms, and then reduce the liquid down. Henderson's relish! Good luck, let us know if you come close. This is my favourite gluten free recipe to use as an alternative to Worcestershire sauce: 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar. This diet is required of those with Celiac Disease, Dermatitis herpetiformis, Eosinophilic esophagitis, Leaky Gut Syndrome, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, gluten ataxia, and general Gluten Sensitivity.. Submission rules: The content of your post must be related to the above subjects. /r/AskCulinary provides expert guidance for your specific cooking problems to help people of all skill levels become better cooks, to increase understanding of cooking, and to share valuable culinary knowledge. thank you!! Combine the following ingredients: 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar. What about for ham balls and venison burgers? Press J to jump to the feed. Thanks! I contacted Lea & Perrins to see if they use it, and surprise surprise, they won't tell me. To use you pinch off a tablespoon or two, dissolve it in an equal amount of warm water (which can require some physical squishing around of the paste) and then straining the resulting loose goop through a seive. Worcestershire gets the umami from sardines Fish sauce, soy sauce, or red miso would be the items to start with. That's very similar to the one someone else posted. doesn't have the seeds/fibers. I love using W sauce but am not willing to risk a reaction to see if it has cinnamon. Simmer 1 minute. thank you so much! 2 tablespoons soy sauce. I looked online and couldn't find it in stores. Unfortunately I'm in the USA. For a very spicy mixture, combine 3 pounds cored, cubed and skinned cooking … Place all ingredients in a medium saucepan and stir thoroughly. That would be packed with umami flavor. /r/Cooking is a place for the cooks of reddit and those who want to learn how to cook. Tamarind on its own would be too sweet, but dissolve a little in soy sauce or Maggi sauce and you'd be in Worchestershire's neighborhood. thank you for the suggestions! My daughter got diagnosed with fish allergies, and I was wondering if you guys could help me come up with a good substitution recipe made up of stuff I have at home? Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Personally I prefer the flavour as well, and buy whenever it's in the shop near me. Worcestershire sauce is a garum made from fermented anchovies and spices. 2 tablespoons water. A pinch of cloves. Similar to a soy sauce except it’s fermented fish providing the umami rather than fermented legumes. It can be hard to find, but you should be able to get it online if not. Is it an extract? Liquid amino acid is a non gluten soy substitute that is actually quite tasty and might work for you. A pinch of garlic powder. I would personally use fish sauce or Glace. ½ cup apple cider vinegar. If not, It might be worth contacting the FDA, if nothing else to get the ball rolling on disclosure. We will be making a venison roast, and it calls for 1 tbsp soy sauce as well as 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce (among other things). Maybe adjust your recipe a bit because the mushroom broth won't be as concentrated. You might try contacting Henderson's to ask the same question. From what I read, you aren't supposed to use much. Try Maggi. I'm not sure where you reside, but they don't necessarily need to know either - in the US, allergens are supposed to be disclosed on the label (which is why you see silly stuff like "Ingredients: Peanuts, salt. Are there any good subs for it? Hi all, I'm looking for a sub for W. sauce. Post anything related to cooking here, within reason. 2 tablespoons soy sauce. Here is a good article on a bunch of substitutes for W sauce, http://www.buzzle.com/articles/worcestershire-sauce-substitute.html. ¼ teaspoon garlic powder thank you!! i've just known from family recipes, but we use about a 1 tsp as a sub for Worcestershire sauce. If you explain that this is a matter of allergy, and you're in the US, they should be able to at least say "yes" or "no". Hmm, that might be hard to measure out if the total is supposed to be a tbsp. that would be awesome! I was gonna say - Maggi sauce if you're using it in cooking to kick up the savory flavor. With Cooking Apples. woe to the deliveryman if a bottle of fish sauce breaks in transit. Pickapeppa sauce (the Jamaican A1 Sauce). while i have gluten issues too, my main issue with W sauce is cinnamon. . I'll try to remember to update you when I do! Tamarind is usually sold in paste form. Just mix and shake. I used it once when I was out of Worcestershire, and it was passable. Substitute for Worcestershire I'm dead broke until next Friday so was planning on making shepherds pie (alton Brown's recipe) because i have everything it requires on hand...everything but Worcestershire. Tamarind paste, molasses, white vinegar, onion powder, garlic, and maybe some warm spices. But just to pour on stuff, I'm not sure. Combine apple cider vinegar, water, soy sauce, brown sugar, mustard powder, onion powder, garlic powder, ground cinnamon, and black pepper together in a saucepan; bring to a boil and cook until fragrant, about 45 seconds. I did google it, but there was such a wide variety of answers, and I'm not sure what would be best for a venison roast. You can also find it fresh in its pod in Latin markets, but I don't know how to prep that. I haven't made it yet, but plan on doing so soon. Cannot tell you if there is cinnamon in it though. I have gluten-intolerant people in my life, so I'm glad that this ingredient is now labelled explicitly in the US. Stuff I have at home include: soy sauce, Apple cider vinegar, red pepper flakes, sugar, lemon juice, ketchup, vinegar, clove spices, molasses, garlic powder, brown sugar, mustard powder, balsamic vinegar, red wine vinegar, white wine vinegar, hickory liquid smoke, Kroger universal steak sauce.... Annie's makes a vegan Worcestershire sauce. i've never seen henderson's available in my area (southeast US) but would buy online if they were forthcoming with the info. Out of what you listed, I’d use soy sauce or hickory liquid smoke. Doesn't work with what you have at home, but I would consider getting a bottle for future use. It makes shopping much easier for me, and prevents accidental exposure, which I would hope they are happy to see as well. It's a lump of pulp with seeds and fibers still embedded. If you’re really wanting to re-create the Worcestershire flavor, but keep it more keto-friendly, here is a recipe you can use to make your own low-carb Worcestershire sauce. where would i purchase liquid amino acid? The little bit of research I've done suggest tamarind, but I'm completely unfamiliar with this and have no idea how to use it. Cool. I use it mainly in cooking, and this has been mentioned several times, so I will definitely try it. I've never heard of that before. Though I fear you may only be able to get that here in Sheffield... New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the AskCulinary community.