Rael's approximation of remoulade sauce

Yield: 40 Servings

Measure Ingredient
½ \N Red onion
1 small Green bell pepper (and I mean small)
2 \N Stalks celery; leaves as well
1 tablespoon Garlic; about, maybe more
2 teaspoons Salt; approx
1 tablespoon Coarse black pepper; approx.
1 \N Cayenne pepper; approx.
2 teaspoons Paprika; approx.
¼ cup Creole mustard; about (more if you're a mustard freak; I am not)
2½ cup Mayo; about (I am a mayo freak) (up to)
2 tablespoons Catsup
1 tablespoon Worchestershire sauce; about
3 \N Jalapenos (from my private stash for my meals; Rael ain't no fool; no response necessary)
1 tablespoon Whatever Durkee's Hot Sauce is now called; about (I forget, but I used everything \"hot\" we had)
\N \N White vinegar (I used tarragon; do not; suffice it to say some idiot didn't order any white vinegar)
½ \N Lemon; juice of (thinking lime may be better)
\N \N Parsley; fresh, about a small handful of picked leaves (or chop fine and stir in)

Date: Tue, 12 Mar 1996 08:13:09 -0600 From: rael@...

Dropped a 6oz. ribeye sammich from the menu at the restaurant and added a grilled catfish sammich...can't remember if we're trying to pass it off as a Po-boy or not. Anywho...it needed a sauce to perk it up....and I saw this as a means of (finally) getting some heat into, or at least onto, the food at this establishment that underpays me so well. Still in the experimental stage and I didn't have anything but japs on hand...but wait until I get my hands on some habs...hehehe..gonna be a bright lite in the sky down here in Mississippi. All comments, favorite sauce recipes of similar type, and flames graciously accepted...and it was pretty good even if it did have a tarragon hint (see recipe). Taste as you make it, brave explorers....and my apologies if my approximations offend...but it works for me.

Rael's Approximation of a Remoulade Sauce (which is ambiguous at a minimum) NOTE: mayo based; no egg(s); could be made with eggless mayo and other vegan products, obviously.

Yield: a quart, more or less... Process in a food processor until quite unrecognizable (-izeable? I quit): Obviously, you can change amounts as desired. Now excuse me as I phone in a complaint to the radio station playing some idiot's remake of "If 6 was 9"...no bass, a drum machine, and the voice is run through a synthesizer or something...blasphemy, by damn. CHILE-HEADS DIGEST V2 #266

From the Chile-Heads recipe list. Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, .

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