HOW TO MAKE TARTAR SAUCE

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I always have to have two ingredients whenever I eat seafood, lemon and tartar sauce, if I’m missing either one my food doesn’t taste the same. Like I’ve said in previous posts, we didn’t eat a lot of seafood when we lived in Colombia, so I had no idea what tartar sauce was until someone at a restaurant suggested I try it along with some fried fish I was having. At first I didn’t want to try it because I didn’t really get why a sauce made with mayonnaise would give my fish an extra kick, but as soon as I tried it, I fell in love with it.

Tartar sauce is a must have at virtually any meal where you serve seafood. The store bought version though can often be a bit of a let down. Keep the recipe for this quick & easy homemade version on hand, and not only will you never be disappointed, but your guests won’t ever be either!

“Uses ingredients you might have on hand to whip up for fish sticks or fish and chips.”

“Simple tartar sauce for deep fried seafood. It is better if prepared several hours before you will be using it, but it can be used immediately. Store for up to 3 days in the refrigerator.”

I was frustrated with store-bought tartar sauce; one disappointing can after another. Solution: homemade tarter sauce. Making your own is really easy. It’s fresh and amazing for these salmon cakes fish sticks or breaded fish fillets.

See those fish sticks there; yeah; those are from Costco. Maybe one day, I’ll make my own fish sticks, but for now; these are really good (the Trident brand).

Homemade Tartar Sauce is so much better than out of a bottle, you’ll never go back to store-bought again! Made with simple ingredients and taking all of about two minutes, this is the best tartar sauce recipe!

“This is fun and easy to make with the kids. Switch up the fish depending on what’s in season – you can ask your fishmonger for advice, if you like. ”

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