This sauce goes great with fresh fried fish, oysters, shrimp, calamari, mudbugs (crayfish) I am an avid seafood/fresh water fish eater :) and anything you want that tartar sauce with a kick on! Great on chicken tenders too!
prep time15 Min
cook time2 Hr
mayo (i use duke's or hellman's a good mayo makes for a good start)
dill pickle relish
capers drained and chopped (optional - if i am out of capers i dice up a couple of green olives and it is still just as good!)
lime juice (fresh or bottled)
green jalapeno sauce (or any hot sauce you like green or red)
cayenne pepper (optional)
fresh ground black pepper (or to taste)
kosher salt (i use course grind)
green onion very thinly sliced tops included (this is up to you i make it both ways depending on the mood lol)
fresh jalapenos cleaned, seeded, and diced small (if you like the heat add some of the seeds to the mixture) use less jalapeno if you prefer less
How To Make
Mix all ingredients together except the Jalapenos. Cover and chill for 1 hour or longer.
Add jalapenos re-cover and chill for 1 more hour to meld the pepper flavor but to keep some of the firmness to the pepper.
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