Tartar sauce for fish
Introducing fish to children can be a challenge. Despite the availability of wonderful fish in Norway, children eats (or I'd say "fed") way more sausages or meatballs than fish. I introduced tartar sauce (although in my house, it can be called "egg sauce" due to the reason it's just easier to remember...) with fish. This is a wonderful recipe with ingredients which are easily available, easy to make it with children (= increase their interest in cooking) and helps children to eat more seafood. It can be served with cooked, fried, or deep-fried seafood.
4 hard boiled eggs - slice them into a small pieces
1/2 spring onion (use only green parts) - finely chopped
1/4 cup capers - drained
1/2 pickles - drained and chopped into small pieces
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1/3 cup Crème fraîche or sour cream
Salt and pepper to taste
Mix all in a large bowl, and keep in fridge until serving.
Tips: If you involve children to cook or fry seafood, it's so much more fun to use surgical glove!
Deep-fry crust: flour, egg, and panic (bread crumb).