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Wonderful! My grandson loves tartar sauce with fries and so I've tried several on the site. This is our favorite hands-down. My grandson doesn't usually care for capers, but he's now a convert. The only thing that I will do differently next time, is to mash the capers a little before adding. I served this with Classic Fish and Chips for a delicious meal. Thanks for sharing Toby. Made for All You Can Cook Buffet tag.
You know it's good (with whatever your making) when you "lick the bowl" at the end. This is the very best tartar sauce I've ever tasted! Ever ever ever! I've tried many recipes and either they turn out too pickly tart without any unique flavor or too mayonaisy. It is tart, as it should be, but combined with all the other ingredients listed the final flavor is spectactualr! I made it for 2 of us and took the advice for substituting some of the fresh ingredients for dry to keep longer in the fridge. And, I used the minimum amounts as recommended and like others was perfect as is. Salt and pepper used was 1/2 tsp each and chopped up the capers. Thank you so much Toby! I can't stop licking the bowl and without a doubt will be using this as a dip for other purposes as well! Too bad I can't give it 10 stars!
Don't look ant further, this is the best. I didn't have dill relish, so I used finely diced dill pickles. That was my only substitution; made the recipe exactly as instructed. Perfection!!
Excellent! We all loved it!!!!
This is an uber-tartar sauce and it's great! Thanks!
This is great! I'll never buy store tarter sauce again. If you plan to make this, make it 1 day in advance as I found the flavor to be better the next day. Still great to eat the same day you make it.
I rarely give 5 stars but every member of my family raved about this sauce. Didn't use lemon juice or capers (personal taste) but it still worked great. Thanks!
DH made this up to use on some planked salmon we were going to fix. We don't usually use tartar sauce on fish, but this was fabulous! I'm sure it would be wonderful on many things!
I only made half a recipe but it was great with Beer Battered Fish (For Fish N'chips). I didn't have dill relish but the lemon juice added a great flavor as did the Tabasco sauce. Will have to have more fish this week to use it up. I will be sure to have dill relish next time.
Ok, this is the best tartar sauce recipe ever. and yes, I am sacreligous I like a semi-sweet sauce. I just changed up the dill pickle amount for the sweet pickle amount and since I did not have quite a cup of mayo, I used sour cream to make up my cup, maybe 2 heaping tablespoons. It tastes great. Everyone I have made this for just loves it. I do take credit for it though. Thanks Chrismar