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Miss Yum Yum Sauce

This is the recipe for, sometimes called shrimp or white sauce, we call it Miss Yum Yum sauce (we like the movie Grand Torino and Clint Eastwood calls a pretty girl Miss Yum Yum). It's the best! * DO NOT use ketchup, ONLY tomato paste, it's key to the consistency. * DO NOT eat until it has refrigerated overnight and it has been brought to room temperature before you serve, it will NOT taste the same. *Hellmann's (Best Foods) brand, is also key to this recipe, DO NOT try substituting with light or other brands, it will NOT taste taste the same. Some of our family absolutely hates Mayonnaise by itself, but this recipe is the exception!

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24hrs 5mins
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  • 1. Mix all ingredients together with a wire whisk until blended thoroughly, the sauce should be smooth.
  • 2. Refrigerate overnight, this allows the flavors to blend.
  • 3. Bring to room temperature before serving.
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"This is the recipe for, sometimes called shrimp or white sauce, we call it Miss Yum Yum sauce (we like the movie Grand Torino and Clint Eastwood calls a pretty girl Miss Yum Yum). It's the best! * DO NOT use ketchup, ONLY tomato paste, it's key to the consistency. * DO NOT eat until it has refrigerated overnight and it has been brought to room temperature before you serve, it will NOT taste the same. *Hellmann's (Best Foods) brand, is also key to this recipe, DO NOT try substituting with light or other brands, it will NOT taste taste the same. Some of our family absolutely hates Mayonnaise by itself, but this recipe is the exception!"
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  1. Lynster1
    Loved this recipe and solely by mistake I added ground onion not garlic, I took off what I could but left the rest and it was great. Will totally make this again.
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  2. Lynster1
    Same question as mentioned in a review last year: "Why 1/4 cup of water and then 2 tablespoons ? not sure when to use the 2 tablespoons"
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  3. beardc
    Why 1/4 cup of water and then 2 tablespoons ? not sure when to use the 2 tablespoons
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  4. ks0436
    Is there any recipes that you don't have to refrigerant overnight
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