A White Wine Lemon Garlic Finishing Sauce so good, you'll think Julia Child made it

A White Wine Lemon Garlic Finishing Sauce so good, you'll think Julia Child made it

A french inspired sauce that elevates your weeknight or weekend meal. This sauce is great with chicken, fish, shrimp, scallops and is a friend to all veggies.

History of White Wine Sauces

A White Wine sauce is a culinary sauce where white wine is used as the main ingredient. It’s heated and mixed with an abundance of herbs and spices to give it its flavor. Though white wine is primarily used, there can be other wines used to make other delicious sauces. A white wine sauce can be used in a multitude of dishes and meals that include all different types of meat such as steak, chicken, pork and seafood. White Wine sauces are mainly associated with French cuisine.

What are all the ingredients in a White Wine Sauce?

There are many delicious ingredients used in a white wine sauce-all of which give it its great flavor. Some of these ingredients can include stock, mushrooms, butter (which makes it more creamy), onion, garlic and more. A wine sauce doesn’t have to be creamy, but we think it makes it so much better sometimes.

What is in this white wine lemon garlic finishing sauce?

Our white wine lemon garlic sauce has all of the best ingredients that you could wish for in a high quality, premium finishing sauce that you would get at a restaurant(but more affordable).

The first ingredient is heavy cream-that’s how you know this is a gourmet finishing sauce, and that it’s going to be absolutely delicious. The next ingredient is white wine. After that, all of the ingredients are going to give this sauce all of the nuances of great flavor and deliciousness. This list of ingredients has only high quality, all natural ingredients like dijon mustard, shallots, onion, garlic, butter, salt and a few other spices and herbs that make this sauce so delicious. This gourmet finishing sauce is something you would find at a restaurant but it’s without the large price tag!

This recipe goes back almost twenty years when Chef Kyle started cooking and playing around with recipes. The testers of these recipes were none other than his wife and two daughters. Over the years and different iterations of this sauce-the White Wine Lemon Garlic sauce that you know and love today was born.

Recipe and Quick Tip

One of our favorite recipes is Roasted Chicken & Veggies ("Low prep time, longer cook time, and worth the wait!”)

  • Chicken: 1 Whole Chicken (about 4 lbs)

  • Potatoes: 3/4 pound small red or fingerling potatoes (about 3 per person)

  • Carrots: ½ pound of Carrots

  • Le Sauce & Co White Wine, Lemon Garlic sauce

  • Olive oil

  • Salt and pepper

  • Extra delicious add ons:

  • Herbs de Provence

  • Dijon Mustard

  • Mushrooms: 8 oz.

Prep Ingredients & Kitchen equipment:

  • Preheat oven to 400

  • One large skillet , dutch oven, or sheet pan

  • Potatoes and carrots: Add to pan and drizzle with a little olive oil and season with salt and pepper

  • Extra Delicious add-on: add washed and dried mushrooms to pan.

  • Season chicken with salt and pepper

  • Extra delicious add ons: If you plan to eat the skin of the chicken, these two ingredients take this to the next level

  • Rub Dijon mustard on chicken

  • Dust with Herbs de Provence.


  1. If you are using a heavy cast iron pan or dutch oven, place the pan with chicken and veggies on the stovetop and turn it on high for 3 min. This helps with total cook time.

  2. Place pan/dutch oven/sheet pan in the oven and set the timer for one hour. Cook times will vary based on the size of the chicken.

  3. When the timer is done, take the chicken out of the oven and check the temperature at the thigh. If the thermometer reads 165, it is done. If not, no worries, it probably needs another 10 minutes.

  4. When the chicken temperature reaches 165, let rest on the stovetop for 10 min before slicing and serving.

  5. While your one-pan meal is resting, add White Wine Lemon Garlic finishing sauce to a small pan and warm on low stirring occasionally.

  6. Slice, Plate, Sauce and enjoy!

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