Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
Serve as a dipping sauce with your favourite seafood, especially nice with prawns.
Make and share this Marie Rose (Seafood) Sauce recipe from Food.com.
- 125 g mayonnaise (4oz)
- 40 g tomato sauce (ketchup)
- Worcestershire sauce (to taste)
- Tabasco sauce (to taste)
- Stir the tomato sauce and mayonnaise together in a small bowl.
- Add a few drops of Worcestershire and Tabasco and stir to combine.
- Cover with cling film and chill till required.
- Serve with seafood and lemon wedges.
I came across Marie Rose Sauce for the first time in an Italian restaurant and could not believe how good it was and how well known! Googling gets a squillion results! So using this recipe as the basis made it for crepes with prawn and scallop filling (see recipe 19097) it worked very well indeed. Fiddled with it a bit and the Worcestershire sauce ended up as a 1 1/2 tsps rather than a few drops; used a good pinch of hot paprika instead of Tabasco and added juice and zest of half a lemon - all suggested by research of recipes. It's a matter of personal taste but SWMBO and I liked the extra kick. Worked a treat. Thanks Stardust
Quick and easy to prepare. We served with red tiger prawns. Great that this recipe uses everyday pantry/fridge ingredients and tasted every bit as good as shelf bought bottled seafood sauce. A good budget saver too. Photo also to be posted. * Reviewed for PAC Spring'08 *
excellent, easy, tasty! had it with prawns, didnt add heat this time, as friends dont like it, but I will next time!! thanks stardustannie