Remoulade Sauce


The ultimate sauce of all time in 15 minutes

Remoulade actually has its roots in French cuisine. But it was later adopted by Americans, spiced it up a bit, and turned into an American household condiment.

The French version of the sauce is mayo-based with mixtures of herbs, pickles, and anchovy, closely resembling a tartar sauce.

On the other hand, the Southern version is far more seasoned than the French remoulade sauce.

While the Louisiana version has a few variations, most have the basic ingredients: mayo, celery, horseradish, and hard-boiled eggs.

This sauce has fewer and simpler ingredients, yet it definitely hits the spot. It features relish, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, hot sauce, and finely chopped green onions.

It’s not that complicated at all, and you don’t even need to take out your blender or food processor. Just mix it manually until well-blended, and you’re good to go.

Trust me; this sauce is out-of-this-world always gets a thumbs up from my guests.

Make snacking more enjoyable with Immaculatebites luscious Remoulade Dressing.