Tartar sauce recipe

Tartar sauce recipe

Horseradish and finely chopped capers. I also use dill relish.

I too will never buy store-bought again! What’s my Kik I added horseradish

I’m not a tartar sauce person, and that’s because I never made this recipe before. This recipe is seriously very, very good with the perfect amount of creaminess and bite. I finely chopped a few pickles from a jar (not relish) and added the juice of an actual lemon (not from a bottle) and it was the STAR of a very boring fish and chips meal on a busy weeknight. If you are in a rush, while your fish and chips are in the oven, just make this simple recipe and put the wow factor on for your family on a kid favorite, but with an adult send-off.

Absolutely simple and Perfect! I used dill relish and it worked Great!

My recipe is basically the same except I use dill relish and the addition of a quick squirt of yellow mustard.

I too will never buy tartar sauce again. Can’t beat this, it is excellent! I made it with the dill pickles, next time I will use relish just to see the difference. This is definitely a keeper and so fast and easy! I also added some lemon juice as suggested.

Made this tonight and loved it! Made it as recipe says except omitted pepper as I do not like it. Have made my own tartar sauce in the past using a different recipe, but my husband likes this one better! Will definitely make again!

I have been making this for several years, the only difference is, I use sweet pickle relish, we like it better than with the dill pickle.

I have been making my own tarter sauce for 30 plus years. I only use dill pickle or relish. I use Valencia sweet onion or green onion in a pinch. The final ingredient is a Tbs of lemon juice. It is scrumptious with any fish.

I like to grate the onion over the bowl you will be using. That way you get the juices too. The flavor of the onion goes through out the sauce.