Lemon Dill Sauce

I found a great recipe for some lemon dill sauce to go with our fish. It is fresh and very tasty! It goes well over halibut, salmon, and the crab cakes that I love!!

Again, I will remind you all that I give a recipe, but don’t follow to the letter nor do I generally measure exactly while in the kitchen. I do apologize if this is unhelpful for you πŸ˜‰

You Need:
1 cup mayo (I prefer Duke’s)
1/4 cup buttermilk (remember, you can always add more)
fresh dill
chopped green onion
lemon juice (start with 1 Tbsp, you can always add more)

I toss in a bowl the mayo first, then the buttermilk. Whip those together well. I prefer lots of green in my sauce, so I use half the pouch of dill found in the veggie section of the supermarket. I also grab 3-4 green onion and snip a whole bunch into the mayo mix with my kitchen shears. I squeeze the lemon juice into the mix and whip. At then I whisk like there’s no tomorrow πŸ˜‰

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I let this chill in the fridge for hours before serving for a full flavor marriage to occur. Let everyone drizzle over their fish and serve beside home made cole slaw! Super yummy!!is point, depending on the taste preference, you can adjust the consistency with either more lemon juice or more buttermilk.

Here is the link to my Maryland Blue Crab Cakes.

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