Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Caribbean Tartar Sauce

This simple recipe was inspired by the festively zesty island flavor of Tortuga Spicy Seafood Grilling Sauce, which is only $3.99 a bottle when you order it from the Carolina Sauce Company. Enjoy it with fried or broiled fish, shrimp and other seafood, or as a feisty sandwich spread, and even in your favorite potato salad or tuna salad recipe for extra zip.

1 cup mayonnaise, regular or reduced fat or fat-free
1/4 cup minced sweet pickles OR drained sweet pickle relish
4 Tbs Tortuga Spicy Seafood Grilling Sauce
1 Tbs chopped green onion or scallion

Mix all ingredients together. For best flavor, refrigerate in a non-metal container for a few hours before serving. You can store in refrigerator for up to 3 days.

Zestfully yours,

PS: No time to make your own tartar sauce but crave that rich, homemade taste that's missing from grocery store tartar sauces? Try Thomas Fish Camp Tartar Sauce for old-fashioned, down-home flavor the whole family will love--and it's also only $3.99 from the Carolina Sauce Company!

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