Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Spicy! Similar to Remoulade Sauce at Rutherford Grill (Napa Valley) for dipping their smoked artichokes. Also excellent for crab cakes and anything fried.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix all ingredients well in a mixer.
  2. If you're not sure how spicy you want it, save the cayenne pepper for last and add a little at a time.
  3. Refrigerate overnight.
  4. I usually buy a 16oz jar of mayo, use the whole jar for the sauce, then pour it back into the jar.


Most Helpful

Just wonderful, Remoulader! I made it to serve with dinner tomorrow nght. But after letting it chill a couple of hours and then tasting it, there was no way I could wait that long! Made sandwiches with nothing but squishy-soft bread, a little mayo, thick slices of home-grown tomatoes and a generous amount of the sauce. Heavenly! Although my family is really into spicy foods, I decided to be a little conservative and start out with just a tsp. of cayenne. Just as I suspected, the result could only be called "mild" if a Cajun was defining the term. lol We thought it was the perfect amount of heat for a sandwich spread or any other cold dish, like Shrimp Remoulade. I'm going to add a little more when serving with fried shrimp or crabcakes. But I think anyone with more sensitive tastebuds should cut way back on the cayenne initially and add more cautiously. Thanks again for sharing this recipe! It's going straight into our cookbook of family favorites.

highcotton July 26, 2008

This recipe was easy to make and delicious! I used old bay instead of celery salt like the one review said and this sauce is better than the ones i've had in restaurants! Thanks for a perfect condiment with seafood!

Katy O. March 21, 2009

Such a great recipe. I was out of Creole Mustard so I used Recipe 38148 It turned out perfect. Thanks for a great simple recipe.

Bill Butler June 13, 2012

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