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Any alternatives to Kraft Tartar Sauce

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Any alternatives to Kraft Tartar Sauce

We used to buy in the US at Walmart or Winco. Sadly, there's nothing many places that we know that carry this tartar sauce anymore.

Does anyone know of any decent substitution?
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Homemade Tartar Sauce = mayo + your favourite relish



...my personal fave for tartar sauce is:

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Available at Walmart, No Frills, Loblaws, etc.
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I've been buying the Kraft Tartar from Sobeys, and as recently as a month or two ago. 355 ml squeeze bottle. Can't remember the price but probably a lot more than what you were paying in the US.
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woof wrote: I've been buying the Kraft Tartar from Sobeys, and as recently as a month or two ago. 355 ml squeeze bottle. Can't remember the price but probably a lot more than what you were paying in the US.
Yup, Kraft has been back for awhile. Then there's Heinz, which is pretty good, Hellmans, Great Value from WalMart, and, my favourite, Compliments from Sobeys/Foodland.
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I like the PC brand tartar sauce. It comes in a small glass jar. I think its better than the Heinz.
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goodking wrote: Homemade Tartar Sauce = mayo + your favourite relish
Yup. It's such an easy condiment to make that keeping a dedicated bottle/jar seems pointless.

A splash of lemon juice and some ground pepper is a nice addition to the mayo/relish as well.
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Mayo plus relish, mix as you need simple and quantities you need when you want.
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apnayloags wrote: Heinz?
playnicee1 wrote:
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Heinz is awful. Not the same.
Skadefryd wrote: Yup. It's such an easy condiment to make that keeping a dedicated bottle/jar seems pointless.

A splash of lemon juice and some ground pepper is a nice addition to the mayo/relish as well.
Not so easy without a lot of trial and error. We tried every brand mentionable of tartar sauce except "no name". The only one we prefer is Kraft. We first became addicted to it when we found out one famous fish and chips eatery only uses Kraft.
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Another vote for DIY

Bonus ...
No crappy chemical preservatives
Or a jar that expires before you use much of it

Inexpensive to make from stuff you prob already have on hand
So tons cheaper than buying a specific branded jar for several dollars
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I tried the Club House ones that Dollar Tree brought. They're alright. There's also Lounsbury Gourmet Style Tartar Sauce you can get at Metro in Ontario:

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