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Comeback Sauce

Comeback Sauce - everyone in Mississippi knows about Comeback Sauce. The sauce that’s served by the steak house chain made famous by the onions that bloom, is reminiscent of Comeback Sauce. Chances are you’ve had it on a burger or sandwich at a new age sandwich shop. It’s a versatile sauce that also makes a great salad dressing. The origins are debated, but most attribute the sauce to a Greek immigrant who settled in Mississippi after WWII.

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Cane Sauce (For Dippin' Chicken)

Cane's sauce recipe! 1⁄2 c mayonnaise, 1⁄4 c ketchup, 1⁄2 T garlic powder, 1⁄2 T Worcestershire, 1 t paprika, generous amount of black pepper (cover surface two or three times) & mix well. Allow sauce to sit a few hours before serving.

This signature sauce is full of flavor and has so many applications. Spread a tablespoon on a corn tortilla with shredded chicken for an amazing taco. Pour over Broccoli, Chicken, and Penne Pasta for a delightful creamy main course. Serve as a vegetable dip, salad dressing or as a spread for sandwiches, wraps, etc. With under 15 calories per tablespoon and less than a dollar fifty 30 T (about 2 cups), use this sauce and you can’t go wrong!

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Catch of the Day Crab Bread Copycat

Deep South Dish: Catch of the Day Crab Bread Copycat. Crabmeat mixed with a tangy blend of sour cream and mayo, layered on French bread with cream cheese and Monterey Jack cheese. Cut into slices and serve hot for a great appetizer!