Marie Rose sauce - want to see if this tastes like the sauce they used to serve with fish 'n chips at Jack Quinn's

Marie Rose sauce

Marie Rose sauce - want to see if this tastes like the sauce they used to serve with fish 'n chips at Jack Quinn's

MARIE ROSE SAUCE ~~~ Oh my heavens a potluck with family visiting from the U.K. always means we have Marie Rose sauce with the shrimp and also on boiled eggs.  This sauce is to DIE for....I much prefer it to cocktail sauce.  You can add cayenne, Tabasco sauce, and/or Worcestershire sauce for variations....but my favorite is just the basics.  Pinning this one to hopefully be able to recreate and not have to wait for their next visit!  LOL

Marie Rose Sauce

MARIE ROSE SAUCE ~~~ Oh my heavens a potluck with family visiting from the U.K. always means we have Marie Rose sauce with the shrimp and also on boiled eggs. This sauce is to DIE for....I much prefer it to cocktail sauce. You can add cayenne, Tabasco sauce, and/or Worcestershire sauce for variations....but my favorite is just the basics. Pinning this one to hopefully be able to recreate and not have to wait for their next visit! LOL

Nigel Slater's prawn cocktail. Photograph: Jonathan Lovekin for the Observer

Nigel Slater's classic prawn cocktail recipe

Nigel Slater's prawn cocktail. Photograph: Jonathan Lovekin for the Observer

DIY party combos - prawns and Marie Rose sauce

DIY party combos - prawns and Marie Rose sauce

This prawn and Marie rose sauce recipe is a simple but tasty classic; perfect for dinner parties and celebrations.

Marie Rose Sauce | By Lisa Lavery | With a flavor somewhere between cocktail sauce and Thousand Island dressing,this tangy,versatile recipe starts with ketchup and mayonnaise as the base and is flavored with brandy,Worcestershire sauce,hot sauce,and lemon juice.Use it as a dip for chilled seafood or french fries,or smear it on a toasted bun and proclaim it your secret house sauce for a bacon cheeseburger.

Marie Rose Sauce

Marie Rose Sauce | By Lisa Lavery | With a flavor somewhere between cocktail sauce and Thousand Island dressing,this tangy,versatile recipe starts with ketchup and mayonnaise as the base and is flavored with brandy,Worcestershire sauce,hot sauce,and lemon juice.Use it as a dip for chilled seafood or french fries,or smear it on a toasted bun and proclaim it your secret house sauce for a bacon cheeseburger.

Done right, a prawn cocktail is a beautiful thing - and John Torode's the man to show you how it's done.

Prawn cocktail with Marie Rose sauce

Done right, a prawn cocktail is a beautiful thing - and John Torode's the man to show you how it's done.

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