Barb Hodgens
Barb Hodgens

Barb Hodgens loves to cook with alternative, healthy whole food ingredients, with a focus on gut health. Barb has overcome her own gut health issues through healthy eating. Share your ideas, comments and photos at the end of this post :)

seafood sauce 2 ways

Better than store-bought and simple to make.

If you’re serving seafood this season, then you’ll need a show stopping sauce (or two) to serve alongside for dipping. A fantastic seafood sauce will take your platter to the next level and make every bite delectable. When you’ve invested in pricy seafood, it’s really worth skipping the jarred stuff and making your own. Once you experience the difference, you’ll never return to the store-bought versions again.

We have two delicious sauces. A classic Tartare and a super loaded Thousand Island dressing. Mayonnaise provides a creamy base for both sauces. You can use your favourite store-bought brand, or, for the best ever sauce, start by making your own mayonnaise. With the Vibe Blender System, the emulsion process is easy and failsafe and only takes a minute.

seafood dipping sauce

Made from scratch seafood sauce can be prepared days ahead. Stored in an airtight glass container, both will keep for up to a week in the fridge. While you can serve the sauce immediately, we recommend making them a day in advance so that the flavours have time to meld.

Both dipping sauces are delicious accompanied with many foods beyond seafood. Use the left overs as a dipping sauce for vegetables and fries, slather on sandwiches and burgers or drizzle over salads.

seafood dipping sauce

Tartare Sauce

Our Tartare is just like what you get from your local fish and chip shop, only so much better! It’s super creamy and you can actually taste the pickled gherkins and capers. It's got a slight tang and some sweetness which pairs well with buttery seafood, calamari, and especially good with crumbed fish and chips and so much more.

Thousand Island Dressing

This Thousand Island dressing works wonderfully well with a variety of seafood, and is especially good with fresh prawns. With the addition of ketchup, it has more layers of flavour. It’s savoury, slightly sweet and tangy, and a little bit spicy. It’s super loaded with gherkins and capers and gets an extra flavour kick from fresh dill. This Thousand Island dressing is unlike anything you’ll find at the store.

seafood dipping sauce

seafood dipping sauce

seafood dipping sauce

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