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South Texas Tartar Sauce

Rated as 4.3 out of 5 Stars
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"This delicious tartar sauce, vegetable dip is similar to that served at the famous King's Inn restaurant on Baffin Bay in South Texas."
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Ingredients

1 h servings 101
Original recipe yields 25 servings (3 cups)

Directions

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  1. Place the onion, olives, garlic and jalapenos into the container of a food processor. Pulse until finely chopped. In a bowl, stir together the mayonnaise, relish, buttery round crackers and saltine crackers. Mix in the contents of the food processor and season with curry powder. Chill overnight before serving with seafood or vegetables.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 101 calories; 8.3 6.8 0.5 3 230 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

If the individual who posted the picture for this recipe had followed the directions, the sauce would have more of an orange color that comes from the buttery round crackers. It is never white ...

Most helpful critical review

Sorry, but this is not even close to being King's Inn tartar sauce.

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If the individual who posted the picture for this recipe had followed the directions, the sauce would have more of an orange color that comes from the buttery round crackers. It is never white ...

Original review 2/19/06: This is it! This is the tartar sauce I have been looking for FOREVER! Ever since I was pregnant with my 1st child, and we went to Landry Seafood in Galveston, TX...I ate...

People need to try this. Don't let the ingredients fool you. This is great tartar sauce. I was learey at first due to olives and crackers in a tartar sauce, but it is great. Be brave and at lea...

I haven't tried this yet but I've been looking for this recipe for FOREVER! Every time I go to King's Inn, I'd just sit there and eat this stuff on crackers... yum!

There are a couple of very important items missing in this recipe. One is anchovie paste. I don't know the amount, sorry. The other is that the real original used a tiny pepper called a chile ...

I just whipped this up for tomorrow's fish and my family will not stop eating it! It's so yummy and so different with a spicy kick. It's very good on crackers I didn't have saltines so I used a...

Very very good! A little more complex than some recipes, so not as easy to whip up as some recipes. Big deal? Sort of, after a long day of fishing. Nevertheless, I think it is a worthwhile...

Sorry, but this is not even close to being King's Inn tartar sauce.

The recipe is good, but I think it is better eaten fresh rather than 24 hours later, I used my home canned jalepenos, home made relish, and home made mayo which I add lime to. The picture is way...