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Need A Recipe For A gluten-free, Soy Free Tartar Sauce


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#1 CarolinaKip

 
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Posted 03 June 2012 - 02:07 PM

I've been trying a few things without much luck. Does anyone make their own tartar sauce? I need it also soy free. I'm looking for any sauces that would be great with seafood. I cannot eat tomato either. Thanks guys!
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Posted 03 June 2012 - 02:48 PM

Yep. I make all my own sauces, ketchups, mustards - almost everything. This recipe calls for commercial mayonnaise but it is better with homemade which is soy free. Last time I made it I did not have pickles on hand so I used pickled asparagus (minced). It was even better than cucumber pickles. Delicious! Don't skimp on the capers. They are key. Do Dijon, hot sauce and Worcestershire have soy? Hope not but I suspect they do. :( You could probably sub for these ingredients (i.e. grind some type of hot dried chili and add in). This is superb with seafood.

http://www.epicuriou...rtar-Sauce-5891
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Posted 03 June 2012 - 03:53 PM

Use LOVE2's recipe link

but to skip a step, and save time, I use Hellman's canola oil mayo. It is very good for jar stuff!! and no soybean oil (yaay!)

Lea and Perrins's worcestershire is gluten-free and soy free.

The mustard and hot sauce should not have soybean oil either.

As you can tell, I have been avoiding soy myself for a long time. :)
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Posted 06 June 2012 - 10:57 AM

I've been trying a few things without much luck. Does anyone make their own tartar sauce? I need it also soy free. I'm looking for any sauces that would be great with seafood. I cannot eat tomato either. Thanks guys!

I have been making my own tartar sauce for about a year now...being originally from New England, I love fried scallops. I'm soy,wheat,dairy intolerant and use Hellman's/Best Foods canola mayo, lemon juice, and pickle relish to make my own sauce. If the pickle relish is too tart for me, I add a bit of sugar to the mixture. I just plop everything in a small dish and mix to taste.
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