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Remoulade sauce is a creamy, tangy, spicy Southern condiment. Great for salad dressings, baked and fried foods, and as a dipping sauce for party appetizers. This remoulade recipe is super easy and lets you enjoy the simplest ingredients.

With mayonnaise, mustard and garlic, this delicious condiment is even better when immafied with relish and creole seasonings. If he’s been looking for a sauce to go with a holiday party or weekend game day appetizer, look no further.

My version of this sauce is simpler with fewer ingredients, but it definitely hits the spot. creole seasoning Give it a taste of the real South. And even better? No blender required! Just mix everything in a bowl and you’re good to go.

remoulade sauce with parsley

What is remoulade sauce?

Remoulade has French roots. However, it was later adopted by Americans and became a household condiment, especially in the American South, where it was slightly spiced.French remoulade is a mayonnaise base with herbs, pickles and anchovies added to it, tartar his Much like sauce.

The southern version, on the other hand, is spicier than the French version. Additionally, the Louisiana style has several variations, including basic ingredients such as mayonnaise, celery, horseradish, and hard-boiled eggs.

recipe ingredients

What you need for this recipe
  1. mayonnaise – For best results, be sure to choose a high quality mayonnaise.However, you can make it even better with homemade Mayo😉 If you need Substitute for mayonnaiseI’ve got you covered.
  2. garlic – fresh minced garlic This Louisiana-style remoulade has a stronger flavor than garlic powder. However, if you have it, garlic powder will do the trick.
  3. lemon juice – Adds a refreshing citrus scent to homemade remoulade. But pickle juice or white wine vinegar are good easy substitutes. 😉
  4. creole mustard – We chose this spicy mustard to represent the authentic flavor of remoulade dressing. But don’t worry, you can just use plain yellow mustard.
  5. hot sauce – Gives just the right amount of heat to tickle your taste buds. Tobasco, Texas Pete, Tapatío, and store-brand hot sauces all work well. You can also use sriracha or your favorite homemade hot sauce.
  6. Relish – A perfect balance of sweet and sour to increase the flavor factor. If you don’t have relish on hand, you can replace it with pickles, capers, or green olives (diced, who knows 😉).
  7. green onion – This beautiful garnish adds a mild onion flavor to dipping sauces.
  8. Worcestershire sauce – Soy sauce, tamarind and anchovy all-purpose condiment, ideal for sauces and marinades.
  9. creole seasoning – No Southern remoulade sauce is complete without this classic seasoning. creole seasoning.

how to make remoulade sauce

Mix ingredients and chill

mix and chill

  • mix well – Mix in a medium bowl until all ingredients are thoroughly combined. (Photo 1-2)
  • refrigerate – Store in an airtight container and refrigerate until party ready.
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recipe variations

  1. sweet and spicy – Too spicy? With just a touch of sugar or a tablespoon of honey, you can enjoy a slightly sweetened sauce without completely losing its spiciness.
  2. Savory – Fresh chives, tarragon, parsley and dill are favorite herbs that add a French twist to this recipe.
  3. vegan version – Replacing Worcestershire sauce with soy sauce provides a vegetarian delight. Substitute with mayonnaise Khums For an easy vegan twist.

tips and tricks

  1. If you’re a fan of horseradish, you can always add a teaspoon or so.
  2. Chill the remoulade before serving so it has time to thicken.

How to eat and store

This sauce is out of this world and highly rated by everyone. So doubling the recipe makes it a handy condiment to have on hand when you need it. 😉

  1. shop – Remoulade sauce can be stored in clean, dry, sealed jars or airtight containers.
  2. refrigerate – Keeps fresh in refrigerator two weeks.

Note: We do not recommend freezing remoulade sauce as it contains mayonnaise. It is easy to separate when frozen, and after thawing, the water content increases and it may taste bad.

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FAQ

What do you eat with remoulade sauce?

This sauce is pretty versatile. You can use it as a dipping sauce or dressing.It goes well with fried foods and grilled foods. grilled chicken tenders, salmon croquetteas well as steamed vegetables such as carrots and broccoli.

How would you describe the remoulade sauce?

It is a creamy, spicy and tangy sauce similar to . tartar sauceBut this one is more savory and a little spicier thanks to the Creole seasoning and hot sauce.

What is the difference between aioli and remoulade?

Aoiri is garlic mayonnaise. But you can use aori to make remoulade sauce.

What to eat with remoulade sauce

The ultimate sauce or dip for stir-fried vegetables. fried pickles When fried okraand meat-like goodies Fried southern catfish When crispy chicken wings.

You can also drizzle it over salads or put it on sandwiches. shrimp po boy When chicken sandwich. Yes Yes!

Stir-fried okra with remoulade sauce

Try more mouthwatering sauce recipes

  1. with homemade tartar sauce
  2. tzatziki sauce
  3. Chimichurri sauce
  4. homemade buffalo sauce
  5. Caribbean pepper sauce
  6. cranberry sauce

see how to make

This blog post was first published in February 2018 and has been updated with additional tips, new photos, and videos.

remoulade sauce

A creamy, tangy, spicy Southern condiment that’s perfect for salad dressings, baked and fried foods, and as a dipping sauce for party appetizers. This remoulade recipe is super easy and lets you enjoy the simplest ingredients.1 cup remoulade sauce

Tips and notes:

  • If you’re a fan of horseradish, you can always add a teaspoon or so.
  • Creole mustard can be substituted with whole grain mustard.
  • You can always process all ingredients in a food processor if you want a smoother consistency.
  • Chill for a few hours or overnight before serving.
  • Please note that nutritional information is approximate and may vary significantly depending on products used in recipes.

Nutrition Facts Table:

Serving: 1tablespoon| | calorie: 7kcal| | carbohydrates: 2g (1%)| | protein: 1g (2%)| | obesity: 1g (2%)| | saturated fat: 1g (6%)| | Polyunsaturated fat: 1g| | sodium: 2mg| | potassium: 49mg (1%)| | fiber: 1g (Four%)| | sugar: 1g (1%)| | Vitamin A: 121IU (2%)| | Vitamin C: 8mg (Ten%)| | calcium: Tenmg (1%)| | iron: 1mg (6%)



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