Recipe by Rpstroud
"A tangy European style dipping sauce for french fries."
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red wine vinegar
Excellent! Years ago my husband got me hooked on dipping fries in mayo - who knew? Well, the addition of red wine vinegar was great and gave it such a nice tang! Great recipe!
That is off the mark!
I used malt vinegar instead. This was good, pretty much like a salad dressing.
YUM! I couldn't believe how good this was. I will be making this a lot from now on.
A friend of mine serves this sauce with asparagus, I didn't realize it actually had a name. My family calls it green sauce because they will only eat asparagus and artichokes if I make this too. However I don't use the salt, it is great without it.
Wow!! This is amazing. I can't believe how much flavor the vinegar gave the mayo. I dipped it in frys. I think this would be good on fish. It tastes like a malt vinegar. Thanks for posting.
I used white vinegar, but I'm thinking I should have used apple cider vinegar instead (never have red wine vinegar on hand). I added a pinch of black pepper. Pretty good, a little goes a long way.
Easy and just verry good!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
European Fry Sauce
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 131
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