I came across a delicious, easy-to-make white wine sauce I felt compelled to share. The only ingredient you may have to run out and get is heavy whipping cream!
In a small to medium-sized saucepan, add 1 cup heavy whipping cream, 2 tablespoons of flour, and 3/4 to a cup of your favorite white wine. Stir well while heating over medium heat until boiling, then add a teaspoon of salt and a teaspoon of dried parsley. (Freshly-dried parsley tastes the best, but dried parsley from your spice rack will work fine in a pinch!) Stir well. If desired, you can even add a dash--or two--of cayenne pepper for pizzazz. Reduce heat and let the mixture cool to a warm serving temperature, stirring occasionally. Pour over your feast, and enjoy!
Regardless of the white wine you choose to use, this sauce goes very well with chicken, including Cornish game hens, and potato dishes. This sauce also makes a terrific pasta topper! Try it with traditional pasta dishes, including tortellini and ravioli. And, to tie your meal into a balanced little bow, don't forget to serve your guests the wine you used in your sauce! Enjoy!