Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is great and way lower fat than the mayo based recipes. So far, I've had it on baked potatoes and green beans.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all the ingredients in a bowl.
  2. Mix with a whisk.
  3. Serve over fish or baked potatoes.
Most Helpful

We loved this, it does actually taste like tartar sauce, just a "lighter" version of it. I left out the capers and added extra pickle (dill). Mine was a tad runny, probably from adding extra pickle juice. Next time I might strain the yogurt and make Yogurt Cheese before proceeding with the recipe to help thicken it up. Excellent with Pan-fried Oysters, thank you Barefoot Beachcomber!

averybird February 27, 2009

This was awesome, first tatar sauce i've made but i loved the use of yogurt instead of mayo, much healthier!

garrettclozza November 23, 2008

Very good! don't like sweet pickles so sub'd dill pickles, then followed everything else. Thanks for sharing. PS This was great for dunking french fries.

L DJ December 31, 2006