Sweet Bistro Style Remoulade

Yield: ¾ Cup

1/4 Cup Lemon Jelly

3 Tablespoons White Balsamic Vinegar

1 1/2 Tablespoon Classic Bistro Seasoning

1/4 Teaspoon French Grey Salt

1/4 Teaspoon Ground White Peppercorns

1 Cup Olive Oil Mayonnaise

This is one of those recipes that just comes together the first time, and every time. Don’t let the idea of using a lemon jelly here scare you away – it brings a boldness to the flavor of this remoulade that you can’t get by using just lemon juice and sugar. We think you’re going to love this with seafood and chicken. But don’t stop there! Try tossing it with hot Yukon Gold Potatoes for a delightful warm potato salad, or put a dollop on top of freshly steamed green beans or asparagus. The opportunities are endless, which means that this may very well become one of your favorite ‘go to’ recipes. It has ours!

 

 

Place jelly and vinegar in a small saucepan over low heat. Stir to combine and continue to heat until jelly has melted. Remove heat and let cool.

 

Place cooled jelly mixture in a blender. Add remaining ingredients, and blend until smooth.  

Refrigerate and allow remoulade to season before serving.

MorningStar Kitchen Seasonings Featured in this Recipe
Click on images below to learn more about seasonings in this recipe
Classic  Bistro
Seasoning
This is our salute to the
classic French Bistro,
where you're sure to find steak
Au Poivre on the menu, with a simple Bernaise sauce on the side. But don't stop there. Our Classic Bistro blend is great with shell fish, chicken, & remoulades too!
Classic Bistro Tarragon Seasoing from MorningStar Kitchen
French Grey
Sea Salt
With its artisanal, Old
World appeal, French
Grey sea salt is a favorite of professional chefs. Hand harvested from mineral-rich salt beds, we believe this one is the perfect salt for accomplished Home Chefs as well.
French Grey Sea Salt from MorningStar Kitchen
White Peppercorns
The pepper of choice in
most European kitchens,
white peppercorns are
released from their outer black shell by soaking. The process results in a more mellow taste than that of black pepper. And the creamy color works perfectly in recipes that are lighter in color.
White Peppercorns from MorningStar Kitchen