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Alaska 59 Tar-tar Sauce is based on either mayonnaise (egg white, mustard or vinegar, oil) or aioli (egg white, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice), with certain other ingredients added. In the UK, recipes typically add to the base capers, gherkins, lemon juice, and dill. US recipes may include chopped pickles or prepared green sweet relish, capers, onions (or chives), and fresh parsley. Chopped hard-boiled eggs or olives are sometimes added, as may be Dijon mustard and cocktail onions.
 Paul Bocuse describes sauce tartar explicitly  as a sauce remoulade, in which the characterizing anchovy purée is to be substituted by some hot Dijon mustard.
The sauce and its name have been found in cookbooks since the 19th century. The name derives from the French sauce tartare, named after the Tatars (ancient spelling in French of the ethnic group: tartare) from the Eurasian Steppe, who once occupied parts of Russia.
Good with
Hamburgers, Potato Salad, Hot Dogs, Salads, Seasoning, Sandwich spread
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