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Simple Tartar Sauce

Sauces are the greatest invention ever. Among all the different choices what is your favorite? Tomato, Pesto, Cream, Garlic-and-Oil or Meat Sauce? They are the guiltiest thing ever but without them, our life is just tasteless.

One of the best cream sauce would be Tartar Sauce, a classic English cream base for any kind of food and especially seafood. Everything tastes insanely great with tartar sauce and that is the time we stop the diet.

Previously we made Seadog and Fish and Chip at home and therefore we thought that we should also share our version of Tartar sauce. It might not be the best but it is not greasy with lots of the texture from the pickles and red onions. It still has great flavor (tell us if we are wrong).

It’s very simple! As you just have to gather all the ingredients and chop them, mix them, lastly eat them by dipping in all kind of food!

Side note: we love the products from Waitrose, it is affordable and in great quality. Most of their products have lesser salt content or they are organic. You can find most of the Waitrose products in most of the Cold Storage in Singapore. Some bigger store has a larger range but they’ve limited choice compared to the UK. Well, I might change my mind until I go to Melbourne. As lately I have been researching lots of great local market to visit.

Ingredients |

  • 1 cup of Mayonnaise
  • 2 tsp of lemon juice
  • 1/4 tsp of freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 tbsp of finely chopped onion
  • 1/2 cup of finely chopped dill pickles

Method |

Combine everything and give it a good stir.

Like we mentioned above, gather your ingredients and “chop”, “mix”, lastly “eat” them by dipping in all kind of food! We highly recommend chilling for at least 30mins to an hour before having it for your meal.

We hope that you like and as usual take a photo of your version, send us an email, tag us on Instagramtweet us or, anything. It’s a thrill for us to see you trying out our recipe!

xoxo, Angela.

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