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Spice blend for tartar sauce
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Spice blend for tartar sauce

A perfect tartar sauce in a second with the Terre Exotique spice blend! Add just 2 tbsp of the blend to sunflower oil, capers and eggs to make a perfect tartar sauce.

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What’s in this tartar sauce blend?

A tasty blend of herbs and spices

This easy-to-use blend for making your homemade tartar sauce contains chives, chervil, tarragon, parsley, Cayenne chilli pepper, salt and black pepper. This blend is part of the collection of mixes for sauces along with bearnaise sauce blend and mustard blend. With these three blends, impress your guests and make a success of all your sauces!

Where to use tartar sauce blend

This blend is ideal for making your homemade tartar sauce and also for sprinkling over plenty other daily dishes.

Discover our recipe ideas:

Tartar sauce: discover Terre Exotique’s tartar sauce recipe ;

Rib-eye steak with herbs: sprinkle 2 teaspns of the tartar sauce mix on your rib-eye steak before cooking;

Vegetable salad: sprinkle a few pinches of tartar sauce mix over your raw vegetables then add your vinaigrette;

Roast chicken: before roasting your chicken, sprinkle with 1 to 2 tablespoons of tartar sauce mix.


What are the flavours of this tartar sauce blend?

This mix is a delicious balance of the fresh and herby aromas of chives, chervil, tarragon and parsley enhanced by the hot notes of Cayenne chilli pepper and black pepper. It has its very own distinctive aromas and flavours.

Discover Terre Exotique’s other easy-to-use blends:

- Roast chicken blend;

- Tzatziki blend;

- Mustard blend;

- Bearnaise sauce blend.


The story behind tartar sauce

Nobody is really sure where tartar sauce actually originated but we do know that its name come from the Tatar nomad people. In the 18th century Tartars stretched from the Russian steppes across to Turkey where some ethnic groups still speak Tatar nowadays. The sauce was eaten hot or cold with fish and meat such as eel or chicken and was named tartar sauce.


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Allergen Absence
Native country FRANCE
Ingredients salt, parsley, chervil, Cayenne pepper, tarragon, chive, black
pepper.
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.
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