This easy tartar sauce recipe will show you how to make tartar sauce from scratch, with just a few storecupboard ingredients. Creamy, tangy, and a little bit zesty, this recipe tastes amazing with battered ‘fish’ (ToFish), jackfruit ‘crab’ cakes, and even as a dip for french fries!
The first time I learned how to make easy tartar sauce from scratch, I was kicking myself for not trying it earlier. Until now I had always bought it in a bottle, but after making yummy battered ToFish, I decided to take a crack at making it myself. I was blown away by how easy and delicious it was.
Ingredients for my Easy Tartar Sauce Recipe
You only need a few ingredients to make easy tartar sauce at home, most of which you’ll likely already have in the fridge!
The key ingredients you’ll need are:
- Vegan Mayonaise (see my post for an easy homemade recipe!)
- Dill Pickles
- Fresh Dill
I’ve also added a few extras to this easy tartar sauce recipe to give it a little extra oomph! You’ll also need:
How to Make Easy Tartar Sauce (from scratch!)
Prepare ingredients: Finely chop the green onions, capers, dill pickles, and fresh dill.
Make the tartar sauce: Add all the ingredients to a small bowl and mix until combined.
This east tartar sauce recipe is super simple to adapt according to your tastes. In a pinch, you can swap dill picked for dill pickle relish.
For a more briny taste, use caper brine in place of lemon juice.
No green onions? Swap them out for 1 tablespoon of minced white onion.
How to Eat and Store Tartar Sauce
Serve this easy tartar sauce recipe with battered ‘fish’ (tofish), jackfruit ‘crab’ cakes, fries, or any other fried food you fancy!
Your sauce will stay fresh for up to 3 days in an airtight container in the fridge.Print
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