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Fry sauce is where it's at. Born, raised and lived in Utah my whole life. Everyone in Utah knows what fry sauce is! You can try adding a little bbq sauce, too. Traditionally you use mayo instead of MW and add a little bit of pickle juice, jalapeno juice or lemon juice.

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somebodys_sweet_pea March 14, 2010

This ones great.....but try using sweet chilli sauce instead... Magnificent !!

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Part Time Cook July 03, 2010

Add some Onion Powder and it is perfect!. Zips Drive ins (In Spokane Area) add Onion powder.

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Coffeelad November 16, 2009

Another blast from the past! My father used to make this for us when we were kids. It was his version of chip dip 35 years ago! I am so glad someone other than us thinks it's pretty much awesome. Thanks for memory refresh!

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PetesNina May 25, 2008

I grew up in Utah, and truly know Arctic circle is the best place to get fry sauce, but since moving to California I've begun making this recipe. It is absolutely delicious! Being easy to prepare is a definate bonus. I'm so happy now the world knows Utah's "secret fry sauce" by the way, I've known some people to add a little chopped pickle, or sweet relish. Delicious!

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Curious&Curiouser January 02, 2008

Yum! I made this to serve with Onion Rings Onion Rings instead of french fries and it was a perfect match. I look forward to trying this with french fries too, thanks for sharing :)

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* Pamela * August 20, 2005

Andy, I have always done this for french fries. The only difference is I like to use mayonaise and not miracle whip. I also use a mixture of ranch dressing and ketchup, mustard and ketchup, and sometimes horseradish and ketchup. You should try them sometime and see how you like them. :) Thanks foir posting!

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MizEmerilLagasse January 04, 2004

Andy: I see that no one has commented on your recipe since March when you posted it. From the list of ingredients I wouldn't even try this much less comment on it. But, being in exile from that little island of fry sauce I have to say that the rest of those folks out there just don't know what they're missing! Try it, you might like it!

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roundy December 08, 2003

This may be a quick, simple fry sauce but it is not quite like the original which as someone else stated was from Arctic Circle. I worked at Arctic Circle in the 90's. The fry sauce was made with Ketchup and their signature white sauce which included mayonnaise, buttermilk, white pepper and other spices that were not disclosed. Good thing is you can use this as a base and add other things to suit your taste.

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435462 July 09, 2015

I used to work at Arctic Circle and the best replica uses mayonnaise not miracle whip, plus a teaspoon of dill pickle juice. Yes, pickle juice is used in the original recipe. This is good but try it with mayo and pickle juice and it is practically identical.

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gruyere July 07, 2015
French Fry Sauce (Utah-style) or Sauce for French Fries