"A delicious dipping sauce with mayonnaise and ketchup as the key ingredients." — Jackie Smith
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green bell pepper, chopped
salt to taste
Simple, bare bones basic and delicately flavored -exactly what I had in mind to complement, not compete with or overpower, the Lobster and Crab Burgers I needed an uncomplicated but good sauce for. Loved the addition of the chopped green pepper and I added some fresh green onion as well. Five stars, not because it's a culinary masterpiece but because it does what it's meant to do well.
I have been making this for the last 30 years except I left out the onions.
To make Thousand Island just add relish to this recipe. I used to make both dressings.
easy to make - tastes like Thousand Island - so much better than jar sauces.
I've been combining mayo and ketchup as a dipping sauce for years...added garlic and or onion powder...yum!
This was pretty good, it put me in the mind of "special sauce" from Mickee D's. It felt it was just missing something. I think I would prefer it if there was a little more zing to it. Over all pretty tasty I think it just needs a little tweaking.
I wasn't sure how to serve this dipping sauce so I used this recipe to dip my "Traditional Russian Pirozhki." Served with cabbage soup, "Russian Garden Salad," "Instant Russian Tea," and "Russian Tea Cakes III."
Very easy, very yummy! :) Try it
Yummy, very easy to make. Tastes a lot like 1000 island dressing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Russian Dipping Sauce
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 131
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