very good tartar sauce, and I never thought of using capers before. I used a lot of dill and no parsley
Quick, easy and nice flavor. I did add about an extra tablespoon of lemon as we like ours with a good tang. Served with Real English Fish and Chips With Yorkshire Beer Batter I think I'd have enjoyed it with the dill pickle relish too. But good as it stands.
This is the best tartar sauce ever! The only change I made was to add 1 tsp DILL pickle relish. This may be because I didn't have enough fresh dill, though. It was wonderful. Even Gato ate it and he doesn't like tartar sauce! If you like spicy consider adding 1-3 chopped chipotle (in adobo) chiles. That was GREAT also!
C'est formidable! This is one of the BEST tartare sauces I have made! I mean it - I always make my own, which is slightly lighter with half creme fraiche added to the mayonnaise - but this one is amazing. It's the capers that make a tartare sauce and this was excellent. I resisted the temptation to add creme friache as well as mayonnaise, nut I did make my own mayonnaise for this sauce. I had NO fresh dill - it's finished now, so I had to use dried - it was fine. Thanks for such a great AND classic sauce recipe. Made for PAC Autumn 2007 and many times in the future I am sure! Merci beaucoup, a bientot! FT:-)
I always put capers and fresh dill in my tartar sauce, the parsley and scallions are good too. My group always likes a few minced gherkins as well. I still think I prefer my minced red onions to the green onions, though. Making this with homemade mayonaise is key. Nice recipe. Thanks.
I NEVER would have dreamed of using capers...and it was SO good! I also made Petroushka's mayonnaise and it went perfectly. Thanks for posting this recipe. Delish!!!