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Mar 23, 2014 09:42 AM

What to do with leftover fish taco sauce?

Had a fish taco party yesterday, and a guest brought the sauce. It was delicious, but we still have tons leftover and I'm not sure what to do with it. I think it had sour cream, mayonnaise, lime juice, cayenne, and salt. Any ideas on how to use it up? Thanks for the help!

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  1. Use anywhere you'd use mayo? With burgers, egg salad, etc.?

      1. Dip for vegetables, tortilla chips, pita chips
        Drizzle over grilled chicken, fish, or salmon patties
        Dress a burrito wrap
        Would it be good in tuna salad?

        1. In chicken (added to jerk chicken salad with a touch of brown sugar, scallions and maybe some hot pepper of choice would be killer), turkey or ham salad

          In sweet potato salad and as a base for fruit salad (whisk in some citrus juice for fruit)

          Use in a remoulade sauce for seafood

          Spread on a toasted grilled chicken sandwich (add some provolone or pepperjack for a kick)

          Spread on a Cuban sandwich

          1. Add a good amount of clam or crabmeat, a big spoonful of dill, and finely chopped water chestnuts. Makes the best dip ever.