This Mind-Blowing Remoulade Sauce is seriously creamy, seriously addictive, seriously mind-blowing! It’s Mayonnaise-based with fresh crunchy veggies, tangy ketchup (see below for my homemade version!), and for a special kick, a bit of Sriracha! It’s great on fish, chicken, shrimp, fries, roasted veggies, a salad or anything else you want to dunk 🙂
I’m a sauce girl. I dip, dunk, scoop, scrape, lick up sauce like its going out of style. I particularly love mayonnaise based sauces for the buttery, creamy, tangy taste and texture. There’s honestly not much that I won’t dunk in sauce, even just a spoon – oh my this is starting to sound like a problem!
Making your Remoulade
Remoulade is really just a fancy name for the more common tartar sauce, but where tartar sauce is typically just for seafood, Remoulades are for so much more. It starts with the saucy part. Here I use mayonnaise, ketchup, and Sriracha. For the ketchup, I hope you try my EASY Homemade Ketchup that is made with Honey.
Next you chop the veggies. For this recipe, I use dill pickles, radishes, and scallions. These give the Remoulade the perfect amount of crunch and texture, as well as tart, tangy, and mild oniony flavor.
Mix everything together in a bowl and that’s it! You can make this days in advance or just always keep some on hand!
Mind-Blowing Remoulade Sauce
This Mind-Blowing Remoulade Sauce is seriously creamy, seriously addictive, seriously mind-blowing! I's Mayonnaise-based with fresh crunchy veggies, tangy ketchup, and for a special kick, a bit of Sriracha! Check out my homemade ketchup recipe too!
- 1 teaspoon Scallions
- 3 teaspoon Pickles, diced
- 3 teaspoon Radishes, diced
- ¼ Cup Mayonnaise
- 3 teaspoon Ketchup
- ½ teaspoon Sriracha, or more to taste
- Fresh Ground Pepper, to taste
Finely dice the pickles, radishes, and scallions.
In a bowl, mix the mayonnaise, ketchup, sriracha, pickles, radishes, scallions, and fresh ground pepper to taste.
That's it! Enjoy with fish, fries, roasted veggies, chips, chicken or anything else you love to dip, dunk, or scoop!