Richard Pometto from Bowie is looking for a recipe that would produce a Newburg sauce comparable to Knorr's packaged variety. He said that he frequently used the packaged sauce as a base for a seafood dish but that it is no longer sold in this country. As I began to research the recipe, I discovered that he was far from alone in his quest for a replacement for the packaged Knorr Newburg sauce.
Peggy Brown from Monroe, Mich., said she too searched for a good Newburg sauce recipe since the packets were discontinued and found a recipe that she thinks comes pretty close to the Knorr version. She served the warm sauce over salmon patties, and she and her friends thought that, while not an exact replica of the packaged sauce, it made a respectable substitute. This sauce is no more difficult or complicated than your basic cream sauce, and there are countless seafood recipes that can be made with it as the base.
Thomas Klein from Pasadena is looking for a recipe he had a while back and cannot locate for peanut butter potato salad. He said that as he remembers, you make potato salad the normal way and then add the peanut butter. He said he cannot recall the amounts or when to add the peanut butter.