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Made this on a whim tonight (as I'm not a fan of tarter sauce and have never made it before) since my husband and kids like tarter sauce and I was making homemade healthier fish sticks so I thought this might make them go down easier. ;). They raced about it and were not happy that I had halved the recipe! (Couldn't see wasting a whole cup of mayo if they didn't like it.) fish sticks came out great (used brown rice krisp cereal as coating) and tarter sauce was a huge hit! Since I was making it last minute I didn't let it sit for an hour and I used a little dried minced onion since I didn't have fresh ready to go. Chopped up a dill pickle and viola! Thanks!

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healthyrecipenut April 07, 2015

Comfort classic. Tart, tangy, and paired nicely with baked fish sticks. Made for Spring 2014 Pick a Chef.

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Susie D May 24, 2014

This was great with fish & chips. I used red onion and some of last year's homemade dill pickles (& juice). No sweet relish for me (ewww! lol) Thanks for sharing! [Made for Spring 2014 Pick a Chef]

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flower7 May 22, 2014

Nice tartar sauce. I did add some sweet relish too. This was great to dip fries into. Thanks for sharing. Made for Spring PAC 2014.

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lazyme May 18, 2014
Tangy Tartar Sauce (Made With Dill Pickles, Not Sweet)