This is it. Stop looking for the recipe and start cooking.
This was great! I doubled the black pepper for personal taste. Thanks!
When I lived in Texas I probably ate raising canes at least five times a week. Their sauce was absolutely amazing and I put it on everything. When I moved back to California a few years ago I have been craving canes sauce ever since; it left a hole in my heart! BUT WITH THIS RECIPE I WAS ABLE TO TASTE FOR GREATNESS AGAIN! THIS RECIPE IS 100% PERFECT! THE ONLY THING YOU SHOULD DO DIFFERENTLY IS ADD A LITTLE BIT MORE PEPPER! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS!
Made for ZWT-9 as a taste-test 2nd dipping sauce for Creole Chicken Wings by Ck2plz. The Cajun wing recipe sauce was mustard/fruit based & I wanted a "cream-type" sauce as a 2nd option. Made as written early in the morning after reading sloe cooker's review, both DH & I enjoyed the 2 sauces equally well. I expect to make this sauce again soon & will try using half mayo & half low-fat sour cream - A nutritionist suggestion for reducing fat content & I've found it rarely loses the desired flavor or texture. Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. ~ Edited to Add: I have now made this sauce a 2nd time, used half mayo w/half sour cream & then used it as salad dressing. It was excellent! Thx again. :-)
Oh my gosh this is it!! This is the famous cane's sauce! Flavor is spot on. I wish I could give it 10 stars. And it was so simple to put together. Tasted great with my homemade chicken tenders and crinkle cut fries. Just like the real deal!
EXACTLY the same as Canes! My kids are way more excited than they should be about this. I think this may be the thing that brings my older son home from college. I did take the other reviewers advice and double the pepper. Discovered this last night, already on third batch.
This recipe is incorrect. I use to work at canes so I would personally know!
Oh my gosh.... this is it! I used Veganaise instead of Mayo and it tastes exactly the same! I sprinkled in a little extra pepper for taste and was thrilled. Now I'm going to go get fat by adding this to everything I eat. *laughs*
No need to add mite pepper. That "special something" this recipe is missing is Tony Cachere's. Also, as someone else mentioned, garlic powder is a better choice over the salt. Good stuff!
This tastes nothing like it. The ketchup is so overpowering it's insane and I LOVE ketchup. Ugh it's like everyone on the internet stole this same recipe and jumped on this band wagon for this terrible replica. Gross.