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Manda! Yum! Made this to have with chicken nuggets. Discovered I had nothing to dip them in, and I knew this was in my cookbook. Well yum! I made it following the recipe to the T, and my family loves it! Can't wait to try it on a burger! Thanks for the great recipe, and how much easier could it be?
This reminds me of a fry sauce that was sold at a restraunt that has long gone out of business in this area. LOL I had to go out and buy some fries just so I could dip them. Very yummy.
I made a small batch of this for myself to have with fish sticks and french frys while watching a movie. I used a ton of black pepper because I like it a lot. Really good for having so few ingredients. I would have never thought to mix them together. This is great.
Here in Utah we have a traditional condiment served in most local burger joints, called "Fry Sauce" (as another reviewer mentioned). I inspect the plant where one brand is bottled, and that is pretty much the recipe they use. I keep waiting for it to become popular in other states.
Made this instead of using ketchup to dip our fries in. It tasted pretty good. Made as written. Thanks Manda. Bullwinkle.
Not a bad idea. I made a batch, figured I needed more, and squirted in enough stuff to make another batch. We had little cocktail sausages in a similar sauce as an appetizer at a fondue restaurant last week. Cold. So I made it to bathe little cocktail sausages in for a party tonight, cheap, fast, easy and I think people will like it. I cooked the little hot dogs first in boiling water, then added to the sauce when cool.