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I was looking for a dipping sauce for smoked salmon and Jan suggested this. It was perfect for our Christmas Day. I did increase the amount of capers slightly and added an extra squeeze of lemon but other than that, followed the recipe exactally. Fabulous flavour.
Lovely sauce! I adore capers so I doubled the amount I used in this recipe!
This was delicious. I made it early in the day also to let the flavors combine. I just used salmon that I baked with some dill and lemon juice sprinkled on it. I had a couple of spoonfuls leftover and had it the next day with a hard boiled egg. Yummy! Will definitely be making this again!
This is simple, made with things we always have on hand (including dill in the garden) and tastes great. I also took Evelyn's advice and added the mustard, also doubled the lemon juice. We ate this over a beautiful piece of tuna.
I was looking for a sauce to accompany baked salmon and I'm glad I tried this one. I used fat free sour cream and low fat mayo and used dried dill. I'll try to use fresh dill next time as I think that will impart a better flavor. Doubled the amount of capers and added a squeeze of Dijon mustard. Tasted great and will make again. Thanks for posting!
I made this with dried dill weed, garlic salt, and doubled the capers. I served it with alderwood smoked salmon from our smoker. It was good the first night, but much better the second. HIghly recommended. I plan to use this delicious recipe often.
I thought this was a bit bland. I served it with baked salmon.
Served over pan seared salmon. Clean simple taste. Will make again.
02/13/2010 This is fabulous. Omitted the capers ( brides suggestion ) and doubled the Lemon juice and added 1 teaspoon Dijon Mustard. Excellent on Grilled Salmon.
I really enjoyed this! Thank you. I served it with poached salmon.