Homemade Tartar Sauce
This Homemade Tartar Sauce recipe is so easy to make. I will never buy it from the store again. Plus you can always make it fresh when you are serving fish.
It is a great way to save money instead of purchasing store bought tartar sauce to not use it all before it expires, which always happens to me. With only three ingredients you are sure to have always in your stockpile.
You can use any brands and of course adding more or less of each ingredient to taste. This homemade recipe is perfect for Lent! Enjoy it with any fish or seafood recipe. It is great on burgers too! You can’t go wrong by making your own homemade tartar sauces when you are eating fish.
Be sure to give this easy recipe for Homemade Tartar Sauce a try and let us know what you think.
Homemade Tartar Sauce
- 1 cup Mayonnaise
- 2 tablespoons sweet pickle relish
- 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion
- Mix together and refrigerate in an air tight container. Serve with fish or seafood.
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I use mayo, mustard and relish….never thought about onions…I will try that next time!
I also add a few drops of lemon juice to make it a little tangy and a little garlic powder.
I make this a lot and my husband likes it when I use dill pickle relish instead of the sweet pickle. Either way is good to me! 🙂
We make our own tartar sauce too – sometimes we add several drops of hot sauce to add some extra zip! 🙂
same recipe i have used for years my aunt taught me i have never purchased tarter sauce 🙂