Shrimp Remoulade

Remoulade has almost as many uses as mayonnaise, which is its base. It can be a dip for French fries or vegetables or a condiment used in sandwiches, but its highest calling is as dressing for shrimp in lieu of tomato-based cocktail sauce. Remoulade’s ingredients beyond mayo determine its personality, which can be sweet (lots of ketchup), spicy (pepper and paprika), or tangy (mustard).

Restaurants With This Dish

Middendorf’s

AKERS, LA

R&O’s Restaurant

METAIRIE, LA

Galatoire’s

NEW ORLEANS, LA

Tujague’s - Chicken Bonne Femme
Tujague’s

NEW ORLEANS, LA

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