We love fish in our house and we try to have it once a week. There’s never left overs, and rarely do I get seconds. My kids eat it so fast I’d be lucky to finish my own plate before they are already asking for more.
An easy way to change up fish in our house is trying different sauces to go along with it. It’s easy to make Tartar sauce, and really all you do is add things in there till it’s to your liking. The basic tartar sauce is mayo, mustard and some sort of juice, whether it be lime or lemon, even pickle juice. Your seasoning is hot sauce or pepper or capers. All you would do is mix it up gently and chill it before you serve. Pretty easy to dress up some fish and each time you make it you can spice it up to what you want that day. This is one of my kid’s favorites.
1/2 mayonnaise (give or take)
1/4 cup chopped pickles (I use dill, but you use your favorite pickle)
2 teaspoon drained capers
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 or two teaspoon mustard (I like using the spicy brown)
dash of pepper
Taste before you add any salt
Combine all the ingredients in a small bowl. Taste and adjust to your liking. I like adding garlic sometimes, even green onions or extra dill. As I said it’s really easy to put together your own tartar sauce just start experimenting and enjoy! Chill and serve alone with any mild flavored fish.