Tartar Sauce

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I very recently shared with you how to make some simple and easy {salmon} Parmesan Fish Sticks.  And now I want to share with you the creamy Tartar Sauce that goes with them!

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 This is the perfect Tartar Sauce paired with any fish…especially salmon.  Dipping the {salmon} Parmesan Fish Sticks into this sauce is very scrumptious and just the right sauce to have them with!  The sauce is very mild, but well balanced with ingredients like fresh lemon juice and capers.

Making this creamy Tartar Sauce is a breeze.

Tartar Sauce Ingredients

You’ll need mayonnaise, buttermilk, a pickle, onion, capers, fresh parsley, as well as fresh lemon juice.

Tartar Sauce Chopped Ingredients

Finely chop the fresh parsley and drained capers.  (Save the caper liquid for later.)  Mince the onion and pickle.

Tartar Sauce before whisking

Whisk together all of the ingredients in a medium-size mixing bowl.  Cover and refrigerate to chill until serving.  (About 30 minutes.)

Tartar Sauce - Creamy and super easy to make! SimplyGloria.com

I hope you enjoy this creamy Tartar Sauce!

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Makes 1¼ cup of sauce. This may be refrigerated for up one week in a tight or covered container. Enjoy this with Parmesan Fish Sticks.
  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons dill pickle, minced
  • 2 tablespoons onion, minced
  • 1 tablespoon capers, well drained and chopped
  • 2 tablespoons caper liquid
  • Juice from half a lemon
  • 2 tablespoons buttermilk
  • salt and pepper to taste.

  1. Combine and whisk all of the ingredients in a medium-size mixing bowl.
  2. Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before serving with Parmesan Fish Sticks.

This Tartar Sauce recipe was adapted from Market Street Grill and Broiler, Salt Lake City, UT

Enjoy this Tartar Sauce with some Parmesan Fish Sticks!  (Click for full step by step instructions and recipe for the fish sticks.)

Parmesan Fish Sticks - Made with fresh Salmon! SimplyGloria.com

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    • says

      That’s too funny Eric! You’ll love this sauce then. I usually keep it in a jar for up to a week in the fridge…that is, if it last that long with out me putting it on every sandwich I make! (=

    • says

      We used to make it (and everything) from scratch growing up…but the tartar sauce was only mayo and minced pickles. So even with that, I was never too keen of the store bought stuff. But you’ve definitely have got to give this a try, Cindy…you’ll never go back to the other stuff! (I promise!) Hope you enjoyed your wkend!
      Thanks for the pin action and for coming over to show some love!
      hugs to you!!

    • says

      I think a lot of people haven’t used capers…but they are really delish in this sauce. (very mild.) Thanks Julie for noticing my little “gourmet sauce” …I seem to think it is! (lol)

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