Recipe Ideas

Simply West Coast sauces makes it easy to cook like a gourmet, right in your own kitchen. Roll-over the icons in the chart below for ideas on pairing our sauces and marinades with the best seafood matches and more.

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Classic Tartar Sauce  

Classic Tartar Sauce

Spread sauce over your favourite fish or a fillet of halibut and bake until it flakes apart with a fork. Squeeze fresh lime juice over before serving

   

Classic Tartar Sauce

Panfry oysters and serve with the sauce. Add a shot of hot sauce to spice it up a bit. An ice cold glass of sangria makes them taste even better.

Classic Tartar Sauce

Serve cakes on top of a fresh red chard leaf and on a long narrow plate. Dollop tartar sauce on fish cakes.

Classic Tartar Sauce

Add 1 tsp tarragon to every 1 Tbsp sauce served. Serve sauce with roast beef or grilled chicken. Enjoy with a glass of pinot grigio.

Classic Tartar Sauce

Slather tartar sauce on toasted bun. Create a delicious, creamy, grilled fish sandwich.

   

Classic Tartar Sauce

Try it as a tasty dip for french fries or fresh, uncooked vegetables.

Swingin' Cocktail Sauce    

Swingin' Cocktail Sauce

Whisk 1 Tbsp of mayonnaise with 1 Tbsp cocktail sauce for a creamier dipping sauce.

Swingin' Cocktail Sauce

Throw in some freshly grated horseradish for a bolder flavor.

Swingin' Cocktail Sauce

Dollop on fresh shucked oysters.

Swingin' Cocktail Sauce

Delicious as a sauce with fish cakes and an ice cold glass of pinot gris.

Swingin' Cocktail Sauce

Add sauce to a red wine reduction with garlic and meat drippings. Drizzle on prime rib for bold flavour. Serve with a glass of cabernet sauvignon.

Swingin' Cocktail Sauce

Jazz up your favourite beef or seafood sandwich. Great combined with mayonnaise, fresh tomatoes and parsley.

   

Swingin' Cocktail Sauce

Beautiful and delicious on shrimp canapes.

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Pour glaze on top of hot grilled salmon. Serve with fresh steamed vegetables.

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Slowly brush fish with glaze while baking or grilling.

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Grill prawn or scallop skewers, dunk in sauce and serve.

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Create an asian-inspired salad with green onions and shredded carrots. Top with chilled, cooked crab and finish with glaze.

   

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Whisk 1 Tbsp glaze with 1 tsp mayonnaise and slather onto barbequed chicken or beef.

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Pile baked garlic and ginger on an open-faced chicken or fish sandwich with toasted bread. Drizzle glaze on top.

 

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Use as a stir fry sauce with any of your favourite vegetables and meat or fish. Try mixing it up with a little Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette too.

Rustic Soya Maple Glaze

Slow bake ribs - glaze - and feast!

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Fantastic for creating a light salmon salad, or sandwich. Add mayonnaise to vinaigrette and mix in salmon and fresh parsley.

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Mix fresh dill with 1/2 cup of vinaigrette and coat Sablefish. Bake in casserole dish, covered with tinfoil. Makes a yummy caramelized meal.

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Add fresh or dried oregano to vinaigrette and marinate prawns or scallops for a tasty seafood souvlaki.
Serve with shots of ouzo.

 

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Use as a mignonette on freshly shucked oysters. Don't forget the ice cold champagne.

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Pan fry some fish cakes and lightly drizzle with champagne vinaigrette.

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Toss in 1 Tbsp oregano to 1/2 cup vinaigrette. Make a chicken, beef or lamb skewer. Marinate for 20 minutes to 1 hour. Grill or barbeque.

 

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Generously drizzle dressing over fresh green salad, stacked with plump cooked shrimp or crab, tomatoes, avocados and cucumbers.

 

Lemon Champagne Vinaigrette

Toss with couscous for a unique and light fare.
Add shot of tamari or soya sauce to create a new flavour.

Modest Miso Vinaigrette

Modest Miso Vinaigrette

Cover fresh or frozen salmon and marinate in the fridge for 1 hour. For a bolder flavour, marinate overnight. Grill. Finish with toasted sesame seeds.

Modest Miso Vinaigrette

Marinate your favourite white fish for 1 hour and bake.

Modest Miso Vinaigrette

Delicious as a dipping sauce with pan fried Digby scallops. Or place cooked scallops on your best plate, swirl miso on top. Let guests dig in!

     

Modest Miso Vinaigrette

For a simply delicious meal marinate chicken or beef for 1 hour and bake or grill. Serve with veggies on a bed of wild rice.

 

Modest Miso Vinaigrette

Toss with wild greens and cooled cooked noodles for a perfect summer salad.

Modest Miso Vinaigrette

Stir fry with scallops, prawns, whitefish, beef or chicken.

 
Fishmonger's Marinade

Fishmonger's Marinade

Generously pour marinade over salmon steaks or filet and let sit covered, in a fridge for up to 60 minutes. Bake, broil or BBQ.

Fishmonger's Marinade

Marinate your favourite white fish for 20-60 minutes. Bake, broil or BBQ.

Fishmonger's Marinade

A smooth marinade for scallops. Assemble onto skewers and BBQ on a warm summer's night. Pinot Grigio anyone?

     

Fishmonger's Marinade

Marinate boneless, skinless chicken breasts for 1-3 hours in the fridge. Bake in the oven. Let cool and slice for a tasty sandwich.

   

Fishmonger's Marinade

Use as a sauce for stir fries. Sauté veggies and meat, add marinade and cook until marinade reduces and caramelizes.

Fishmonger's Marinade

For intense flavour, rub ginger on pork loin, grill and serve with a generous drizzle of Fishmongers' reduction. (Heat 1-1/2 cups marinade and boil for 1-2 minutes to thicken and darken.)

Tangy Thai Aioli

Tangy Thai Aioli

Bake salmon with a large spoonful of aioli slathered on top. Serve with steamed veggies and basmati rice.

Tangy Thai Aioli

Great with fish 'n' chips! Dollop on top of grilled or baked fish.

 

Tangy Thai Aioli

Mix aioli with cooked crab meat and chopped red peppers. Use as a sandwich filling or spoon on crackers.

Tangy Thai Aioli

Perfect as a dip for fish cakes. Lay cakes on a bed of lettuce and top with a swirl of aioli.

Tangy Thai Aioli

Grill chicken or beef. Serve with steamed bok choy, Asian-style noodles – and a scrumptious scoop of aioli.

Tangy Thai Aioli

Slather on toasted sourdough and build a tangy seafood sandwich.

Tangy Thai Aioli

Thin sauce with oil to make a zippy seafood salad dressing.

 

Tangy Thai Aioli

The perfect dip for crispy yam wedges. Or add to crab stuffed mushrooms. Add a couple of shots of hot sauce to give it more bang.