Chipotle Remoulade Sauce
Yield - about 3 Cups
1 CUP MAYONNAISE
1/2 CUP OLIVE OIL (Chefs Choice- Standard or Extra Virgin)
1/2 CUP Silver Spring (TM) CHIPOTLE MUSTARD (See Chef's Notes)
2 TSP Silver Spring (TM) PREPARED HORSERADISH (See Chef's Notes)
1/2 CUP KETCHUP
1 TBSP MUSHROOM SOY
1 TSP CAYENNE BASED HOT SAUCE
1/4 TSP SALT
1/2 CUP BALSAMIC VINEGAR
In a large mixing bowl, slowly add olive oil to the mayonnaise, whisking until the mixture becomes firm again. Add all ingredients except the vinegar and whisk until well blended and firm. Slowly add the vinegar while whisking, continue until all vinegar is used and the sauce is firm.
Cover and store in the cooler
2 TSP FRESH GARLIC (Minced fine)
Add minced garlic to your remoulade sauce, this will make it much more Creole!
Serve in a chilled bowl with a spoon to ladle on top of fresh boiled shrimp.
I like using the Silver Spring Prepared Horseradish because it is sold in the refrigerated section of the supermarkets.... Fresh horseradish will loose it's flavor and intensity if it is not kept chilled. SO, be aware of the ones sold on the regular food isles! I also find that it is a little more chopped than other brands, so I like the creamy consentaneity of this brand. To this end, if you don't like the mouthfeel of any of the horseradish, then I would suggest to try Silver Spring's Cream Style Horseradish. It actually has cream added to the product!
If you want a little more spicy horseradish try the Silver Spring Extra Hot Horseradish. It has extra mustard oil added to the product to give it a BIG kick!!
The Silver Spring (TM) Chipotle Mustard Sauce gives the Remoulade sauce a smoky flavor that is easily accepted by shrimp or crabmeat.
If you want to make your Remoulade Sauce from Scratch
try this RECIPE.
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