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.
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.
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.
Baked panko bread crumbs give fish fillets the same crunch as fried batter (for far less fat).
This Maryland specialty, pan-fried patties of crab meat coated with bread crumbs and flavored with lively seasonings, is quick to make.
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.
A light dusting of bread crumbs and cornmeal makes a crisp, golden coating for these perfectly seasoned crab cakes.