I haven't tried this yet but I don't want to lose it as it sounds really good. It was on a box of Grissol Crispy Baguettes Omega-3, Three Cheese Flavour. I'm sure it would work equally well with fresh vegetables.
This takes only minutes to whip up but *must* be prepared a minimum of 3 hours before serving, longer is even better ;-) I have to say that I have made this using other brands of sweet relish, only Bick's relish seems to work best for this, you will see the difference if you use a different brand! My DH loves this with fish, but it also makes a great sandwich dressing too! Use only mayonnaise for this not salad dressing.
This is really similar to the spread at panera/St. Louis Bread Company. I eat this on bagels, toast, english muffins, waffles. I store it in a plastic rubbermaid type container. I don't measure per se, just kind of judge by taste.
This is a cloned recipe similar to the tartar sauce served at the famous King's Inn restaurant on Baffin Bay in South Texas. Delicious with seafood or as a vegetable dip! A local chef shared it with me.
Got this from the internet, not sure of the site. I have made a few changes to the original. I served this a few parties and got rave reviews. The cooking time includes the time it need to sit. No clue how many servings this is but I took a guess that there are may be 20 Tbsp +/- in the the bowl and figured a serving to be a tablespoon.