4 Reviews

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!

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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!

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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.

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L DJ December 31, 2006

Loved the "tang" of the yogurt in this recipe. The only change I made was to omit the capers ( didn't want to make the trek to town...=) and added a bit of extra salt. Excellent with scallops as it balanced their richness. This one is a keeper. Thanks for posting!

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Aroostook December 27, 2004
Yogurt "Tartar" Sauce