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Dipping Sauce

Rated as 4.08 out of 5 Stars

"Dipping sauce for a fried onion."
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Ingredients

5 m servings 68
Original recipe yields 12 servings

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 68 calories; 7.3 0.9 0.1 3 118 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

This was a HUGE hit at our Super Bowl get together last night. It was compared to the dips found at restaurants. I am having to make more today for my daughter, she was very upset when it all ...

Most helpful critical review

I love this sauce it has bite to it.

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This was a HUGE hit at our Super Bowl get together last night. It was compared to the dips found at restaurants. I am having to make more today for my daughter, she was very upset when it all ...

Just what I was looking for, alot of local restaurants call this tiger sauce and serve with seafood,,glad I found your recipe

I made this sauce as recipe called for. I thought it was delicous I had it with vidalia onion rings and fried mushrooms.It's a keeper.

The best dipping sauce I have ever had! I have used it with fries, shrimp ( extra Yum!), burgers and dogs. jodi is right, the possibilities are endless..Thanks Jodi

Loved it! Perfect with crab cakes too!

I love this sauce it has bite to it.

My Mom always made this dip for fried shrimp. Differences were more catsup, no salt, paprika, no eregano, no pepper and tobasco sauce instead of cayenne. It is excellent on fish too also onion...

This is yummy! I have used it for almost everything, even with chips. My son likes it as a topping for his baked potato. thanks.

Left something to be desired, really. I salvaged it by adding a little garlic powder and a little worcestershire sauce to my tastes.