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How to Make Cocktail Sauce

[ 2 ] September 28, 2010 |

How to Make Cocktail Sauce

cocktail sauce

Cocktail Sauce

Cocktail Sauce is so simple, but an essential dip for any fried or boiled seafood dish.

We use this Cocktail Sauce recipe for boiled shrimp, french fries, shrimp po-boys, fried catfish, fried crab claws, raw oysters and Snow Crab Legs.  You get the point.

This homemade Cocktail Sauce recipe is an easy alternative to buying Cocktail Sauce out of a bottle that has been sitting on store selves for months and often contain unneeded preservatives and artificial flavoring.

To make this Shrimp Cocktail Sauce recipe, you’ll need your favorite ketchup, prepared or freshly grated horseradish, and lemon or lime juice.

Cocktail Sauce Serves 2-4

Here’s the how to make Shrimp Cocktail Sauce recipe from the Cajun recipes at Cajun Cooking TV.

Easy, easy to make and quite tasty too!

Cocktail Sauce Recipe

Cocktail Sauce Ingredients

Cocktail Sauce Ingredients

1/2 cup ketchup
2 teaspoons fresh prepared horseradish
Dash of lemon or lime juice

Mix all ingredients well and serve chilled in small dipping bowls.

If expecting a crowd, double or triple the recipe.

Prefer Tartar Sauce?

Check out our Homemade Tartar Sauce recipe.

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Beryl and Alexandra

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  1. Sharon Collins says:

    I did not see your written recipe for shrimp creole…I saw the video on Cajun Cooking TV…you said to go to the web site cajun cooking.com. I would like to see the recipe.
    Thank you, I enjoy your videos so much!!
    Sharon

  2. Beryl says:

    Hi Sharon,

    Thanks for your comment. The Shrimp Creole recipe is on the Cajun Cooking TW website at – http://www.cajuncookingtv.com/shrimp-creole

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