Your fish will thank you, always
A smooth creamy sauce jam-packed with coarsley-chopped gherkins and capers for a traditional accompaniment to fish. We’ll let you in to a little secret… it’s equally good with chicken!
A traditional favourite for fish but did you know Stokes Tartare Sauce is just as good with grilled chicken!
Round, creamy flavours. Tartare without the tart
- Dairy Free
- Gluten Free
Rapeseed Oil, Free Range Pasteurised Whole Egg (10%), Capers (8%) (Capers, Water, White Wine Vinegar, Salt), Gherkins (8%) (Gherkins, Distilled Malt Vinegar (from Barley), Salt, Water, Acid: Acetic Acid), Spirit Vinegar, Unrefined Raw Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Mustard Flour, Preservative: Sorbic Acid.
Nutrition Average Values per 100g
ENERGY (KCAL) 619
ENERGY (KJ) 2546
FAT (g) 67.0
SATURATED FAT (g) 4.7
AVAILABLE CARBOHYDRATE (g) 2.2
SUGAR (g) 1.6
PROTEIN (g) 1.5
SALT (g) 1.9
Store in a cool place, away from direct sunlight. Once opened refrigerate and consume within 6 weeks and by best before end date.
A good Tartare sauce but not exceptional. I would prefer it slightly chunkier and a bit sharper. Slightly bland for my taste
My favorite condiment, I wish I could eat it every day 🥰
An excellent but expensive tartare sauce. Purchased as we're keen home preservers and the jars are an ideal fit for Mason or Kilner discs and rings. This made the price premium worth it. Unfortunately Stokes have decided to make their range more uniform and have adopted the "shouldered" jar with narrower rim across their whole range. Hadn't noticed the increase in price that Susan mentioned but had already decided to revert to generic supermarket own brands. We may eventually return, depending on the quality of the substitute.
Sorry I wrote it all in the line above! Idiot but I know a good sauce when I taste one. Will copy it below.
Good amount of capers, enough gherkins, creamy sauce, I like this very much, could go a little sharper, but very good.
Although the sauce is good and not sharp as some are, it is a pity that with the change in jar sizes, branding etc., came the rather high price hike per 100g and that DID leave a bitter taste! I suppose someone has to pay for it...