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- "...and began to wave her wand around inside it. A creamy sauce poured from the wand tip as she stirred."
- —Molly Weasley conjuring sauce[src]
This unidentified spell (incantation unknown) conjures a creamy sauce from the tip of the wand. Molly Weasley used this spell in August of 1994 to pour some sauce in a pot to make dinner for her family, Harry Potter and Hermione Granger.
Behind the scenes
- According to Gamp's Law of elemental transfiguration, "good food" cannot be conjured from thin air, which demonstrates that sauce is not considered "good food," because it is not particularly nourishing.
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (First appearance)