Nice sauce! A household fav!!!
Maybe even better than Cane's sauce. Served with homemade chips. Wow! Thanks for sharing.
Boy what a nice dipping sauce. I made it for my hubby as he tires of the normal BBQ or honey mustard. He loved this sauce...he said he enjoyed the tang that is lightly hidden the the flavors. Served with Crispy Panko Chicken Cutlets and it was very complimentary! Thanks for sharing this dipping sauce recipe! Tagged you in the Potluck Tag game! :)
I made it to serve with chicken nuggets. The taste is great with the nuggets. I'm sure it would be great to dip veggies in it or as a spread on a burger. Thanks Gail :) Made for Holiday tag
Having figured this out, and finding this was not about "Raising Cain!" (which is an expression) I set out to find out what exactly *Raising Cane* dipping sauce meant. Apparently this is a restaurant that specializes in "chicken fingers" and the dipping sauce is a secret. (shhh!) All I know is this is enough to make you gallop around the farm, yelling "Yee-haw" from the wonderful taste of the sauce. If you don't have chicken fingers, just be like "Little Jack Horner". Easy to put together and tastes amazing too! Made for *Aussie Recipe Swap* October 2009
Oh yes, this hit the spot! It definitely reminded me of Raising Cane's sauce. Thanks for sharing!
I am not sure who or what Raising Cane is -- but his sauce is delicious! I made homemade chicken nuggets last night and they tasted sooooo good with the sauce! I love also that this is made with simple ingredients I always have on hand in my kitchen! Thanks for a great sauce! [Made for Potluck Tag]
Loved this Dipping Sauce - not at all familiar with Canes but matters not because this dipping sauce wowed everyone who tasted it. Know many resist recipes using ketchup but remains it is one of the leading condiments that has withstood the test of time and combined with Hellmans Mayo it made for a delicious dipping sauce, one I will be making again - and again. Easy and quick to make and garnered compliments when served! Thank you Gailanng
Great taste and a dead ringer for the taste of the sauce at the restaraunts. My husband and I wondered if there was a way to thin it out like the restaurant's sauce without diminishing the flavor. Thanks for sharing!
I'm not familiar with "Raising Cane", but this is a very good dipping sauce...sort of like Thousand Island dressing! Thanks for sharing!