Market Street Grill Creamy Cucumber-Dill Sauce for Fish
Market Street Grill Creamy Cucumber-Dill Sauce for Fish is one thing that keeps people coming back to this famous Salt Lake City restaurant, and I love this sauce on most any kind of fish. Use Seafood Recipes for more recipes like this one.
People who’ve eaten at the Gastronomy Inc. Market Street Grill in Salt Lake know that this perfect Market Street Grill Creamy Cucumber-Dill Sauce for Fish is one thing that keeps customers coming back. When I visited Market Street Grill Restaurant recently and saw they were giving out this sauce recipe, I knew I had to put it on the blog. (And I did meet the owners of the restaurant and they gave me permission to publish the recipe!)
And I loved that the sauce uses fresh dill, but you can use dried dill weed if you need to. It seems like every summer I get fixated on one particular herb, and this year it’s definitely dill. As soon as my dill plants sprout out a few feathery leaves, I snip them and make another dill-flavored recipe. And the latest thing I made with dill is this creamy cucumber-dill sauce that’s served at one of the best seafood restaurants in Utah.
I tried the famous Market Street Grill sauce out on my dad, step-mother, and sister, and they all thought it was great. At the restaurant this sauce is served with salmon, halibut, scallops, and fish and chips, but it would be good with most any type of seafood. And I’ve discovered this sauce is also delicious on Grilled Zucchini or Grilled Eggplant.
Dill is commonly used with yogurt in sauces and salad dressing, but this recipe pairs the dill with equal parts of sour cream and mayo for a creamier sauce. I’ve made the sauce with fresh dill as well as with the dried variety, which is called dill weed. The other usable part of the dill plant is the dried seeds which are a spice called dill seed. Dill is fairly easy to grow, and can be planted in the fall for early dill next spring. If you neglect your dill plant a little at the end of the garden season each year, it will happily drop enough seeds to guarantee a good supply of dill the following summer.
More Delicious Things I’ve Made With Dill:
Double-Dill South Beach Diet friendly Tartar Sauce
Leftover Salmon Salad with Yogurt and Dill
Mashed Cauliflower With Cheese and Dill
Cucumber and Yogurt Salad with Feta and Dill
World’s Best Tzatziki Sauce Recipe
Market Street Grill Creamy Cucumber-Dill Sauce
Market Street Grill Creamy Cucumber-Dill Sauce for Fish is one thing that keeps people coming back to this famous Salt Lake City restaurant.
- 3 medium cucumbers
- 1 cup mayo
- 1 cup sour cream
- 2 T chopped fresh dill or 2 tsp. dried dill weed
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- 1/2 tsp. black pepper
- 3 T fresh lemon juice (see note)
- Peel cucumbers, cut in half lengthwise, and scrape out seeds with a sharp spoon.
- Cut cucumbers into chunks, then place in food processor and puree.
- Drain cucumbers in a fine-mesh colander, then press down with your hands to squeeze out as much water as you can.
- In a plastic bowl with a tight-fitting lid, mix together sour cream and mayonnaise.
- Stir in pureed cucumbers, dill, salt, pepper, and lemon juice.
- Chill for at least 4 hours before serving.
I used my fresh-frozen lemon juice.
This recipe courtesy Market Street Grill Restaurant in Salt Lake City.
Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
Market Street Grill Creamy Cucumber-Dill Sauce is a great dish for low-carb diet plans, and for any phase of the South Beach Diet. South Beach would prefer light sour cream and mayo, while other low-carb diets would prefer full-fat.
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This recipe originally posted for Weekend Herb Blogging, hosted by Divya from Dil Se.