Garlic Sage Cream Sauce


8 tablespoon butter
1 clove chopped garlic (crushed and chopped)
¼ cup sage leaves(chopped)
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
Step by step on how to make it
1.put together all the ingredients
2melt the butter in a medium saucepan use medium-low heat. When the butter begins to bubble add the chopped garlic clove in the butter.
3.stir in the garlic in the butter for 1min to ensure it spreads evenly. Add chopped sage to the garlic butter and continue stirring. Cook the mixture for 2 min until the butter turns light brown and gets a rich and nutty aroma
4.season it using ground black pepper
5.serve hot and enjoy.

The ingredients in this sauce offer the following nutritional value; garlic-it is a source of vitamin manganese and also contains other minerals such as phosphorus, calcium and potassium. Aside from all these mineral benefits it is known to boost one’s immunity and prevent occurrence of flu.

Sage-it is a source of fiber, vitamin A, calcium iron, magnesium and has vitamins such as folate thamine and is helpful in managing blood sugar level and also manage is a source of calcium and therefore good for bone development
Butter-it is rich in soluble vitamin A, E and K2, it has saturated fats that help raise the good cholesterol this helps to lower the risks of heart attacks.


Sauces are meant to add flavor to the food one is eating. They can also be used to moisten foods that are served dry especially meat. It is also important to make sure that your sauces are made from fresh products because they might be stored for later consumption. The idea behind making a perfect sauce is to know what meat we intend to serve the sauce with because not all sauces will work with beef and not all will work for chicken. They are meant to spice up the food so one can play around with ingredients to come up with a perfect one.


This is a healthy sauce that contains vitamins and minerals that the body needs for day to day gives 410 calories ,45.1g fat,1.9g carbohydrates,1.5g protein,142mg cholesterol and 26mg sodium per serving. It can be used as addressing for roasted chicken or can also be used as a pasta sauce and for vegetable also tastes good as a drizzle on mashed plantain or potatoes. A combination of garlic and sage gives the sauce a good aroma. The extra sauce can also be stored for other uses such as barbecues or dipping for vegetable rolls.