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Kay's Ultimate Fry Sauce

French fries are one of my biggest weaknesses and what better to dip them in than fry sauce.  This signature recipe was created by my daughter.  Simple and delicious!!  It is so good that she has become the designated fry sauce maker at our house. 

Kay's Ultimate Fry Sauce
1/2 cup barbeque sauce
1/2 cup ranch dressing
1/2 cup Miracle Whip or mayonaise
1/2 cup ketchup
Mix together in a small bowl and serve!! 
Great thing about this recipe is you use equal parts of each ingredient so it makes it easy to make more or less.                                      
                                                         Bring on the fries!!


  1. great idea! I never thought to add bbq sauce to my fry sauce (which is all of the other ingredients). Sounds like the perfect thing to spice it up.

  2. Sounds great! That's what I needed... one more reason to make French Fries:@)

  3. Your plating techniques are fabulous! My mouth starts to water every time I read your posts. Your food always looks so delicious! You are my hero!!!!

  4. Oh dear. You mean there's something besides Heinz ketchup?? ;-)

    I can see a cookbook in Kay's future.

  5. This sounds wonderful! When I visit Cali I always love how they have a fry sauce they in KS, people use ketchup only, but I am so excited to try this version! Thanks for sharing!

  6. French fries are my biggest food weakness in life. (Potato chips are a close second.) I can skip ice cream, cookies, and other sweets. But give me the salty, crunchy, fried stuff!!

    We make a similar fry sauce. Copying a recipe from Red Robin's campfire sauce, we use mayo (not miracle whip in our house) and barbeque sauce. Delish!!!

  7. Wow! simple and delicious sauce recipe can make anytime!

  8. Hi Tiffanee, sharing this great sauce on my Wednesday post, thanks!

  9. My husband would love this!! Thanks for sharing!


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