Creamy, tangy, and versatile, this REMOULADE SAUCE RECIPE pairs deliciously with seafood, chicken, or beef. This easy remoulade sauce is a versatile condiment that is easy to make with common ingredients you probably already have on hand!
What is Remoulade Sauce?
Remoulade sauce is a condiment with an origin tracing back to France, though the version we’re most familiar with is best known for its place in classic Louisiana recipe cuisine.
It’s very similar to tartar sauce; however, remoulade sauce is more savory, using dill pickles, whereas tartar sauce tends to be sweeter.
Remoulade sauce was originally created as a condiment to accompany meat but has since evolved into a preferred dipping sauce for seafood.
What is in Sauce Remoulade?
There are many different varieties of remoulade sauce, though most use a mayonnaise base with the addition of herbs, spices, and savory pickles. Some recipes feature ingredients like capers, horseradish, anchovies, ketchup, and Worcestershire sauce, while classic Louisiana Remoulade recipes use Cajun spices.
In this remoulade recipe, the ingredients include:
- Creole Mustard (or spicy brown mustard)
- Lemon Juice
- Louisiana Hot Sauce
- Minced Garlic
- Cracked Black Pepper
- Dill Relish
- Creole Seasoning
How to make Remoulade Sauce
Follow these three simple steps to make this remoulade sauce recipe:
- Add all ingredients for your remoulade sauce recipe to a bowl.
- Stir to combine.
- Refrigerate for 24 hours before serving to allow the flavors to meld together.
How long does Remoulade Sauce keep?
Store your remoulade sauce in an airtight container, such as a mason jar. Any container with an airtight lid will work for storing this remoulade sauce recipe.
You can store it in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
Can you freeze Remoulade Sauce?
The quick answer is no.
Mayonnaise doesn’t freeze well, because freezing breaks down the emulsion. When it thaws, it will have a soupy consistency.
You may find recommendations that suggest you can freeze, then re-emulsify remoulade sauce with an immersion blender, but there’s no guarantee that will work. It’s best not to freeze remoulade sauce.
How to use Remoulade Sauce
Remoulade sauce is a delicious condiment to serve with seafood. It pairs perfectly with crab cakes, white fish, sole, and even chicken and beef. It is so versatile you can serve it as a side condiment with crab cakes or steamed crab legs for dinner, or go more casual with a po’ boy sandwich at your next picnic! Try serving it with a recipe like Paleo Tuna Cakes, Foil Pack Shrimp or a Steak Foil Pack, or any of these Sunday Supper Seafood Recipes or Easy Seafood Appetizers.
Whether you’re enjoying an easy weeknight supper at home or entertaining guests, this remoulade sauce recipe will dress up almost any meat or seafood dish. It’s super simple to make and stores well in the refrigerator, making it an easy sauce to keep on hand. As far as we are concerned, Remoulade Sauce for Crab Cakes is perfection on a plate.
For more recipes like this one, try these:
- Yum Yum Sauce Recipe
- How to make Teriyaki Sauce
- How to make Alfredo Sauce
- Peri Peri Sauce Recipe
- Shrimp Creole Recipe
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Creamy, tangy, and versatile, this easy remoulade sauce pairs deliciously with seafood, chicken, or beef. This is a remoulade sauce recipe you'll love!
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 3 Tbsp Creole Mustard (or spicy brown)
- 1 Tbsp lemon juice
- 1 Tbsp Louisiana hot sauce
- 1/3 tsp garlic minced
- 1/2 tsp black pepper freshly cracked
- 1/4 cup dill relish
- 3 Tbsp ketchup
- 3 tsp Creole seasoning
Add all ingredients to a large mixing bowl and stir to combine.
Transfer sauce to an air-tight glass container and refrigerate for at least 24 hours before serving.
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