Tarter Sauce

 I like fish, I do, as long as it’s breaded and fried and served with lots of yummy Tarter Sauce. So… I guess you could say I don’t like fish I like Tarter Sauce.
I usually have a bottle of tater sauce in my fridge but the other day when I went looking for it, I remembered we used the last of it. I already had fish sticks in the oven and hash browns on stove it was to late to change dinner. I was just going to have to do without my beloved tater sauce.
How hard could it be to make it? So, of course I went to Pinterest. I found lots of recipes – of course I didn’t have all the ingredients for any of them. So… I combined, substituted, and guessed and came up with my own recipe. It’s pretty good if I do say so myself.  In fact it was so good –
I’m never buying tarter sauce again. 

 Tater Sauce

3/4 cup Mayonnaise
1/4 cup chopped dill pickles
1 Tablespoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Combine all ingredients. Cover and chill for an hour before serving.
I hope you enjoy!
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12 thoughts on “Tarter Sauce

  1. I love fish sticks and I always make my own tartar sauce. I usually just mince up some dill pickles and mix them with mayo and maybe add some hot sauce. This combination sounds great. I’m featuring this.

  2. Hi M3 – Mmmmm fish sticks and tartar sauce! Thank you for joining Fluster’s #CreativeMuster party. It was a lot of fun to co-host. Hugs, Holly

  3. delish! I make our tarter sauce too. Thank you for sharing your sweet blog at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. Your participation helps to make it extra special ♥

  4. Homemade tartar sauce is the best! Hubby teases me because I like fish as long as it’s not fishy. lol! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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