Typically served with seafood, recipes that feature a creamy tartar sauce include Tuna Steaks with Cumin Tartar Sauce and Scallops with Fresh Herb Tartar Sauce.See Popular Tartar Sauce Recipes
When it comes to fried seafood, knowing how to make tartar sauce is a must. The condiment's acidity and tang helps balance the oily richness of fried fish.
Knowing how to make tartar sauce is a must when it comes to serving a seafood dish. Tartar sauce is mayonnaise with a few added ingredients to make it deliciously tangy.
The homemade tartar sauce for these broiled or grilled scallops is altogether different and so much better than the sauce that comes in a jar. Serve it with any cooked fish or shellfish.
When you crave a fish dinner, grill these seasoned walleye fillets and serve them on a bun topped with slaw and delicious homemade sauce.
These one-inch thick tuna steaks are perfect for grilling. Mango chutney, toasted cumin seeds, lemon juice, and Dijon-style mustard combine to make an scrumptious serving sauce.
This Maryland specialty, pan-fried patties of crab meat coated with bread crumbs and flavored with lively seasonings, is quick to make.
A light dusting of bread crumbs and cornmeal makes a crisp, golden coating for these perfectly seasoned crab cakes.
Our sophisticated take on tartar sauce combines low-fat mayonnaise with chopped gherkins, pimientos and shallots.
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Order crab cakes at many restaurants and you get what could more likely be called a bread cake. There's more breading and other fillers than there is actual crabmeat. And the crab cakes are typically the size of a meatball.
Fenway Park turns the big 1-0-0 today, which is downright amazing when you think of all the teams who have chucked nostalgia and bulldozed their ballparks in order to erect gleaming new gazillion-dollar mega-parks (with a preponderance of luxury boxes). Speaking of the Yankees (ahem)--it's no doubt fitting that the Red Sox will take on their arch rivals tonight, the same team they played at Fenway's inaugural game exactly 100 years ago. (Fenway may not have changed much, but the Yankees have, right down to their name--they were the New York Highlanders back in 1912.)
Cranberries add such a vivid pop of flavor to so many dishes, it's a shame to banish them to the Thanksgiving table just once a year in the form of cranberry sauce. Hey, wouldn't you love to put this gorgeous Cranberry-Orange Cheesecake in the photo on your table tonight? Bright and cheerful, cranberries are harvested from mid-September through mid-November and are only available fresh in stores now through mid December -- which makes me wish I had another freezer so I could fill it with cranberries for the rest of the year.
When you find a good deal at your grocery store, it's smart to stock up -- but it can be a challenge to find new, tasty ways to use up all those good bargains. Each week, we bring you three original (often surprising!) recipes that feature the types of ingredients you're likely to find on sale.
A foggy day in London town, a duck into a chips shop for a newspaper-wrapped taste of crisp, steaming fish and crunchy fries... fish and chips is satisfying pub food that's as much a part of the American menu as hamburgers and fries. While it's easy to pop by the local chips joint for a family dinner to go, you can save a bunch of money (and a bunch of calories and fat) by popping some cod and good russet potatoes into the oven for a low-fat, high-flavor Oven-Fried Fish & Chips.