I really enjoyed this simple recipe. I used it for my baked salmon, instead of using tarter sauce. It has a tangy flavor and the dill really brings the flavor out. Next time I make this, I will not add any salt. I know the recipe doesnt call for it, but its a habit for me to put salt in just about anything. With the lemon juice and dijon mustard, there is plenty of salt already in it.
I made this to go with Never Fail Tuna Patties (http://www.food.com/recipe/never-fail-tuna-patties-salmon-works-too-158532) for a 2AM snack. An amazingly quick and simple departure from the usual tartar sauce.
Simple, quick, and delicious! Family was pleased.
Excellent! I usually buy dill sauce. Cooking salmon fillets and realised I was out of same. Will use this recipe from now on. Thanks.
This is such an easy sauce to make and very tasty. I had it with baked salmon. mmmmmmmmm good Chris
We ate this tonight on grilled snapper. It was nice and tangy and went well with our potatoes boiled in their jackets too. I added a grinding of salt and pepper to it too.
Used this wonderful recipe for my first attempt at a dill sauce. So very glad I did, it is easy and delicious. Served it with my poached salmon tonight, and everyone raved. Thank You so very much for sharing this wonderful recipe with us.