Dill Sauce for Fish

Dill Sauce for Fish created by Sandi From CA

This sauce is fantastic on grilled salmon, or any fish for that matter. My friend even likes it on chicken! The ingredients sound a little unconventional -- but BOY does it all work together. Husband found recipe in a hunting magazine. Keeps a long time in fridge.

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  • Whisk all ingredients together.
  • Chill for at LEAST 4 hours to combine flavors.
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@Aileen E
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"This sauce is fantastic on grilled salmon, or any fish for that matter. My friend even likes it on chicken! The ingredients sound a little unconventional -- but BOY does it all work together. Husband found recipe in a hunting magazine. Keeps a long time in fridge."

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  1. northernrn
    Outstanding dill sauce! I used about a tsp of Dijon mustard and fresh dill and it was wonderful on my grilled swordfish sandwich! This one is my new "go to" dill sauce.
  2. Sam Sam the cooking
    Sorry, but this is awful the mix of ingredients taste just like you think it will. Perfect recipe for a hunting magazine.
  3. Housewifeman
    This is a delicious alternative to tartar sauce. I baked Cajun catfish #129054 and made an indian dish of spiced green beans and rice. Tartar sauce would have been too sweet. I wanted something that would lend itself to the Indian dish and this was perfect.
  4. Elena Leppard
    mustard was too overpowering for my taste.
  5. ToiCara
    Aileen, I could kiss you! This is spot-on to the sauce my Great Granny (1908-1993) made. When I was growing up we had a lake house and she always served this sauce with fish we caught. I never got her recipe and have asked my grandmother for it but she didn't have it. I have looked and looked and tried this and am so happy to have finally found it. DH and DS (age 4) loved it, too. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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