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    I have searched for this recipe for a very long time. It IS the sauce you get at places like Mon cafe and Jimmy's Hibachi!! The ingredients surprised me but it is very easy and the key is to let the sauce refrigerate overnight or at least make it early in the morning to have with dinner. My husband and I use it to dip everything from crackers, chicken nuggets or even on rice like they serve it in the restaurants. The recipe is easily doubled or (the way I make it) tripled!! ENJOY!!! Source: http://www.japanese-steakhouse-white-sauce.com

    Recipe #365348

    My Dad found this recipe and gave it to me. It is inexpensive and DELICIOUS!! My husband and his friends love it so when we have get togethers this is usually requested. It is easily doubled or tripled and you can make a lighter version by using skim milk, and light sour cream and cream cheese but I haven't tried that.

    Recipe #349331

    This is my ex-mother in laws recipe. I serve with Ritz crackers or mini bread. Quick and easy for BBQs or just to keep for snacking! The broth after you are done cooking the chicken is a great starter for soups! You can lighten the recipe by using a light mayonnaise. You can use a small or large onion depending on how strong you want it. For the relish you can use sweet or dill, I have made it with both and I prefer the dill.

    Recipe #305700


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