Long John Silvers Tartar Sauce Recipe

Who doesn’t love to have yummy spicy tartar sauce with seafood dishes? Because this yummy sauce is really fun to eat with kind of fried, crispy meat and fish items. This Long John Silvers Tartar Sauce brings its authentic savory and sour flavor when it is made at home by following the proper steps. 

Even it can play better than any other dip you will buy from markets. This dip is perfectly a standard dish with fried shrimp, salmon, tilapia, chicken, and beef items at the snacks party. 

To make the dip, you don’t need to worry about your pocket. The ingredients I used are so much cheap and the steps are utterly easiest and simple. A few days early, we tried this yummy sauce with fried fish and we are going to be its die heart fan to have more and more!

Long John Silvers Tartar Sauce Recipe

Long John Silvers Tartar Sauce Recipe

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Recipe by Lindsay G. Cabral Cuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Medium


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There is nothing complicated matter thinking of this easy dip. It’s much easier than your think. This recipe takes just a couple of minutes to prepare and serve. Just collect the ingredients and begin making by instructions. Here, I’ve shared below, how to make this yummy sauce and let you know, how much it tastes with additional items.


  • Mayonnaise- 1 cup.

  • Dill pickles chopped – 3 tsp.

  • Lime juice – 1 tsp Chopped capers- 1 tsp.

  • Chopped dried dill – 1 tsp.

  • Worcestershire sauce – 1 tsp.

  • Dijon mustard paste – 1 tsp.

  • Ground black pepper and salt- 1 pinch of.

  • Fish slices- 8-10 slices. 

  • Paprika powder- 1 tsp.

  • Old bay seasonings – 1 tsp.

  • All-purpose flour – 1.5 cup

  • Baking powder – 1 tsp.

  • Oil- 1 cup for frying fish.

  • Tools
  • Spatula

  • A large bowl

  • A Saucepan

HOW TO MAKE Long John Silvers Tartar Sauce Recipe

  •  Chop the dill pickles: First, we need to chop some dill pickles which are completely refrigerated and fresh. It adds some savory and sweet-sour flavors.
    Chop the dill pickles
  •  Chop capers: Chop 2 tsp of capers. Adding thus capers, the sauce gets sour and brines more. Though it’s optional, I prefer this yummy ingredient to make the recipe more delightful.
    chop capers.
  •  Combine with dill: Now, we need to add some fresh dried dill flavors. Chop some dried dill and place all ingredients into a bowl. Combine them all finely using a spoon.
     combine with dill
  • Add Worcestershire sauce and lime juice: Add 2 tsp of lime juice and 1 tsp of Worcestershire sauce. Don’t need to add a lot. It makes the taste its best.
    Add Worcestershire sauce and lime juice
  • Allow Dijon mustard: Now, allow 1 tsp of dijon mustard paste. It hits with the extra zest of the sauce. Highly recommended, stirring together until the mixture turns into a thick creamy sauce.
    allow mustard
  • Sprinkle seasonings: Finally, sprinkle a pinch of salt and black pepper. The quite simple and delicious tartar sauce is ready to serve with additional crispy chicken or seafood items.
    Sprinkle seasonings
  • Prepare the fish for fry: Take some pieces of salmon/tilapia/ cod fish slices.  Season them with salt, pepper, and 1 tsp of lime juice. Toss them well. And set aside.
    Prepare the fish for fry
  • Make a batter for fish: Now, bring a bowl and pour 1.5 cups of all-purpose flour and 1 tsp of baking powder.  Add smoked paprika and old bay seasonings. Combine them with a tsp of salt and butter. Let absorb the batter for 10 minutes.
    Make a batter for fish
  •  Fry the fish: Next, heat the vegetable oil on medium-high heat. Let the oil heat enough to place the fish. Now, dip the fish into the batter and coat them completely. Put the battered fish into the deep oil. Fry them and flip up until they turn out golden brown and crispy textured.
     fry fish
  • Remove the fish and serve with tartar sauce: Now,  remove the fried fish from heat and place them in a strainer to drain the oil. Season them with salt and pepper ground.  Finally, serve them with the frozen cool yummy tartar sauce.  Enjoy!
    Remove the fish and serve with tartar sauce

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Nutrition Values:

Values are given below with total servings and amount per size:

Total serving8 people
Serving size1 scoop
Protein2 gr
Cholesterol3 mg
Sugar1.5 g


This delicious, yummy, and unforgettable tasted recipe has no bounds to flavors and fragrances. You can make this dip by Your choice as well as follow the steps. Both will be doing well if you put all elements in proper measurements. Maintaining the perfect ratio, it gets the perfect, savory, and creamy consistency.

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