Remoulade sauce is a popular condiment in the South, especially in New Orleans where it is most often served with seafood dishes, such as po'boys. People also often put remoulade sauce on crab cakes, fried fish, oysters and fried shrimp.
Though invented in France, Louisiana remoulade sauce is more popular in the United States. This sauce is a mayonnaise-based sauce that is spicy, tart and creamy all at the same time and is made with ingredients such as mustard, hot sauce, capers, garlic and herbs. A number of remoulade sauce recipes are available online catering to cooks of all skill levels. Remoulade sauce is also often found in grocery or specialty food stores.