When it comes to comfort food, fish and chips usually come at the top of the list. But getting fish and chips isn’t just about the meal itself, it also has a lot to do with the kinds of condiments that along with it. Of course, there’s always the classic tartare sauce but it doesn’t have to be the only choice.
Here are some flavoursome dips you can try after dropping by your local Gladstone Park fish and chips store!
Horseradish and caper sauce with bacon
This sauce brings a smoky twist to the classic fish and chips. And it’s simple to make it: put some Asda Horseradish Sauce in a bowl. Grill some bacon until crispy, then crumble and stir in. Add a few capers and a few chopped parsley. Mix together and serve!
According to a 2010 survey, tomato sauce is the most popular fish and chip condiment in the UK. And it’s no different back home. Australians love putting tomato sauce on anything! And don’t get tomato sauce confused with its sweeter American counterpart, ketchup. Real tomato sauce doesn’t have added sugar.
Malt vinegar and dill mayo
Want to add some zing to your fish and chips? Try this recipe: put mayonnaise in a large bowl then stir to loosen. Add vinegar and stir until well combined. Remove the stems from a few dill sprigs and chop the leaves finely. Stir into the mayo. Finish with cracked black pepper and serve.
Add a touch of sophistication to your casual fish and chips by whipping up salsa verde sauce. Full of flavour, salsa verde goes well with all kinds of white fish.
Honey and balsamic glaze
Relatively new to fish and chips, honey and balsamic glaze are worth the try! It’s particularly good when drizzled over fish.
Sweet chilli sauce
A popular condiment in Thailand, Aussies are starting to enjoy sweet chilli sauce with their fish and chips. If you like a little bit of spice in your food, this one’s for you!
No matter which condiment you choose, the most important thing is to enjoy your fish and chips at Gladstone Park Shopping Centre!