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Condiments For The Fish Course *Giveaway*


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“Would you like some gefilte with your condiments?” Hubby always asks me.

Quite like I do with a hot dog – I smother the poor thing with this and that until one wonders if I actually even like it. I do.  But I like it more with horseradish.  And even more with mayo.  And some more with hummus, Turkish salad, marinara and wasabi sauce.  Not all together.  The mayo and horseradish (can) go together, the hummus and Turkish salad work well in tandem, the marinara flies solo, as does the wasabi.

Wasabi sauce, although from a different culture and  different cuisine, unlike most of my other selects, actually is a fish condiment.  So now that Gold’s Wasabi Sauce is a staple in my fridge for both my gefilte and my sushi I’ve had to think up a few more fishy things to do with it….

Don’t miss my Avocado and Seared Tuna Steak Salad. Think of this as a really dressed up tuna salad for those with refined palettes.  I am so obviously one of those!  I mean come on did you see my list of favorite gefilte condiments above?

Tarragon Fish Croquettes with Honey Wasabi Dipping Sauce

Tarragon Fish Croquettes with Honey Wasabi Dipping Sauce

This recipe calls for cod but try something else like salmon or… gasp… gefilte!!!

Sesame Crusted Yellowfin Tuna with Wasabi Sauce

Asian inspired, I serve this baby with pickled ginger as well.

What (unexpected condiment) do you eat with your gefilte?

***Giveaway***Let us know in the comments below and enter to WIN $50 Gold’s prize package, filled with condiments for every course.
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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and giveaway as part of a partnership with Gold’s. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

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34 Responses to Condiments For The Fish Course *Giveaway*

  1. I love guacamole with gefilte fish.

  2. avatar says: cynthia

    I like to put sweet and spicy black bean hummus on it, looks good and tastes great.

  3. avatar says: Tam

    I like bruschetta with my fish

  4. avatar says: Lea Matz

    I love Israeli schug with gefilte fish.

  5. avatar says: Lea Matz

    I love Israeli schug with my gefilte fish.

  6. avatar says: Etka

    We’re pretty plebeian in our choices but at least we have a bunch! Our fish course usually incorporates homemade dill sauce, arbis* (*if they haven’t burnt, that is), a leafy salad, either carrot or coleslaw (Caesar style or vinaigrette), and maybe roasted garlic spread (again, if it hasn’t burnt… sense a pattern here?) Guacamole is a kid and hubby fave too. Hubby dusts his whole tower of fish ‘n’ condiments with challah crumbs. Sometimes we’ll pull out homemade tahini too – I’ve made the typical olive, tomato, matbucha dips on occasion but always end up staring at the leftovers sadly Monday morning.

  7. I add wasabi powder to the broth while it’s simmering and when it turns to gel, adds a really nice little kick!

  8. avatar says: pixframe

    I love gefilte fish with miso paste

  9. I like basic horseradish.

  10. avatar says: Samara

    I like my gelfilte fish sweet!

  11. I am not wild about gefilte fish in general, but quite a few years ago a friend showed me how to add garlic, onion, colored peppers and tomato sauce and make a wonderful dish. Those are my ‘unusual’ additions.

  12. Everything’s (especially gefilte fish) is better with seafood sause!

  13. Sriracha!! It adds a fabulous kick by itself to gefilte fish, or sriracha spiked ketchup is also amazing.

  14. I like mayo and chrayn. Boring :)
    Although if I won I would try my fish with all the new ideas!

  15. I love gefilte fish with horseradish.

  16. avatar says: Yosseffa

    When I was a kid we didn’t eat horseradish/chrain from Rosh Hashana thru Succot (sweet new year), so my Dad would use good old fashioned mustard. Still like it on occasion.

  17. avatar says: mink

    I’m a traditionalist – only horseradish on top (but lettuce HAS to be underneath!).

  18. It’s sweet basic horseradish/beets for me!

  19. avatar says: Michael

    The Gefilte fish is only an excuse to have Gold’s Horseradish.

  20. we’re pretty traditional and can’t get enough beet-horseradish when the gefilte fish arrives on the table…in fact, one of my boys skips the fish entirely and eats the horseradish spread out on a piece of challah ;)

  21. avatar says: Sam

    GOld’s Duck sauce mixed with horseradish

  22. avatar says: tamarw

    I use the Gold’s horseradish sauce. It’s got more of a kick than the basic horseradish.

  23. avatar says: April

    prefer the white Gold’s horseradish above all else…but have tried the guacamole route

  24. avatar says: Elayne G

    Of course always red horseradish, with a little sugar added to take the heat away. Yummy!

  25. avatar says: Stephanie

    Roasted cherry tomatoes and garlic in processor with a bit of golds mayo products. Good on asparagus

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