Serving several fish dishes this holiday. Would like suggestions for an upscale/interesting tartar sauce product. What I see on the shelves does not impress me. Also, any suggestions to kick up a homemade tartar sauce?
If you can get impeccable beef tenderloin, why not showcase it by serving it as the Parisian bistro classic, steak tartare? An assertive sauce of mashed anchovies (which are optional), capers, Dijon mustard, egg yolks, red onion, and parsley complements the rich mineral flavor of the meat. Read more.
Chicken and dumplings are a notoriously time-consuming enterprise, but the end result is very much worth the effort. However, if you're a time-crunched cook who craves the comforting pleasures of this classic dish, this is the recipe for you.