A classic sauce; you will use this for a variety of dishes including lasagne. Born in France, the name comes from “Louis de Bechameil” who was the chief steward of King Louis XIV. It was likely that the sauce was named for him by one of the kings cooks. Ingredients: 50 g plain flour (2 … Continue reading
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