How to use Marie Rose Sauce - The Condiment Co

How to use Marie Rose Sauce

Marie Rose sauce is a popular condiment that originated in France and is commonly used in British cuisine. Think Marie Rose Sauce is just for prawns? Think again! This tangy, tasty condiment is ideal for salads, burgers, and more.

Prawn Cocktail with Marie Rose Sauce

Seafood Sauce

One of the most popular uses of Marie Rose sauce is as a seafood sauce. It is traditionally served with a prawn cocktail and other seafood dishes. To make a simple prawn cocktail, mix cooked prawns with lettuce, cucumber, and avocado. Drizzle the sauce over the top and serve with a wedge of lemon.

Marie Rose Sauce with prawn cocktail by the Condiment Co

Salad Dressing

Mix your sauce with some olive oil, lemon juice, and a pinch of salt to make a delicious dressing for your salads. It pairs particularly well with salads that contain shrimp, crab, or other seafood.

Burger Topping

Marie Rose sauce can also be used as a burger topping. Spread it on your bun and top it with your favorite burger toppings, such as lettuce, tomato, and cheese. It adds a delicious tangy flavor to your burger.

Marie Rose Dipping Sauce

Marie Rose sauce also makes a great dipping sauce. Serve it with raw vegetables, such as carrots, celery, and peppers, or with potato wedges or chips. It adds a delicious flavor to any snack.

Sandwich Filling

Another way to use Marie Rose sauce is as a sandwich filling. Spread it on some bread and add some sliced chicken, lettuce, and tomato for a tasty sandwich. You could also add some cooked prawns, avocado, and cucumber for a seafood-inspired sandwich.

In conclusion, this cocktail sauce is a versatile condiment that can be used in many different ways. Whether you are serving it with seafood, using it as a salad dressing, or adding it to your burger, it adds a delicious tangy flavor to your dishes. Experiment with different ways of using it and see how it can enhance your meals.

Marie Rose Sauce by the Condiment Co

I love making a tasty seafood sandwich with lashings of Marie Rose and a squeeze of lemon