This is a tartar sauce with lots of ingredients that I made because I wanted to eat chicken nanban.
I wanted to eat a lot of vegetables, so I added a lot of onions and pickles. Even though I used a lot of mayonnaise and eggs, I can eat this without feeling guilty about it.
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Tartar Sauce with Lots of Onion and Pickles
A satisfying tartar sauce with a lot od onion and pickles. This is perfect for chicken nanban, fried chicken or fried fish.
- mayonnaise 75 g
- onion 75 g
- pickles 50 g
- egg 2
- Boil water, add eggs at room temperature and boil for 10 minutes.
- Cool in cold water and peel off the shells.
- Finely chop the onions and pickles.
- Mix mayonnaise, onion and pickle well.
- Tear the egg by hand and add.
- Sprinkle with pepper and mix lightly.
When I came to Finland, I started storing eggs at room temperature. When making boiled eggs, use eggs at room temperature, or if refrigerated, boil them together themselves to prevent cracking.
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