Many of my posts come from the daily happenings around our house. Something happens, and I blog about it. I make something yummy, and I take a photo. This was one of those times. We were making fish tacos the other night, and my sweetie asked if I could make a creamy fish taco sauce. You know the kind that they have at restaurants that makes the taco EXTRA tasty. This is what I came up with.
Homemade kefir is something that you will always find in our fridge. I try to drink some every day. I make it from raw cow milk from a local farm. It’s WAY better than the store-bought kind and has more beneficial probiotics in it. I also is a lot cheaper to make it at home. Read more HERE about making kefir at home.
I decided to use kefir to make the fish taco sauce since that is what I had in the fridge. I also happened to have a bit of homemade mayonnaise. A little lemon and some herbs and spices…. easy as that. Add some ginger carrot sauerkraut to your fish taco and you are all set. This spontaneous kitchen creation was a big hit. I actually licked my plate clean to get the last of the sauce off of my plate.
- Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl until well incorporated
- Serve and enjoy
- Store leftover sauce in fridge (for up to 3 days)