I can’t take the credit for this one! Malachi (15) came up with this and we all decided that you all needed to know how to Make-Your-Own Cane’s Sauce!
What’s Cane’s? Oh my, only the best chicken place around, according to the Coppinger family. Raising Cane’s is definitely our top restaurant choice when we go to Lincoln. We love their chicken – but it’s the dip that really makes it great!
So when we made chicken strips at home recently, Malachi decided to try and duplicate their sauce for extra good dipping. What he came up with was so delicious, we all declared that he must make this for us to have on hand at all times. We even cleaned out an old ketchup bottle so we now have a special squeezy Cane’s Sauce bottle in the fridge alongside all of our other favorite condiments. #priorities
If that’s not a delicious way to reuse and recycle, I don’t know what is.
Make-Your-Own Cane’s Sauce
- 1 cup mayonnaise (we use Hain Safflower mayo)
- ½ cup ketchup
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
- 2 Tablespoons worcestershire sauce
- ¼ teaspoon sea salt
- Combine all ingredients with a whisk.
- Store in an airtight continer in the fridge.
We’ve found it interesting to note that this sauce tastes great with just about everything. I even caught one of my kids using it to dip veggies, and who am I to argue with a kid eating his veggies?
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