If you need to give your regular meat and cheese sandwiches a face lift, well, I’ve got just the thing. Traditionally known as “fry sauce” this flavorful condiment is usually used with french fries and onion rings. Since I make lots of sandwiches during the week, I decided to give the traditional recipe made with 2 parts mayo and one part ketchup an extra something by adding a couple of ingredients. It was the right thing to do because they boys and their friends love the new & improved version. I slather it on bread then layer on ham or turkey, add some cheese and crisp lettuce for a delicious sandwich. We also use it on a hamburgers & hot dogs for something a little different. Last but not least, there’s always the traditional use with fries, chips, tater tots and onion rings. Some things are never meant to go out of style!
Sandwich Sauce aka Fry Sauce
2 cups mayonnaise
1 cup ketchup
2 tablespoons yellow mustard
1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
dash of cayenne pepper
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.
Transfer to an airtight container for storage. Will keep in fridge for 1 week.