ALLT Chick-fil-A Sauce

You’ll probably wanna double this. Speaking from personal experience…

These are estimates or a baseline starting point. Depending on the brand or type of condiments you use, you will need to adjust a little until you get the right balance of sweet, zest, tang, and … that OH YEAH experience.

1/4 cup mayo (homemade is best. See @purelyparsons for a foolproof recipe I LOVE)
1 tsp mustard
1 Tbs BBQ sauce
1 Tbs raw honey

I used a BBQ without added sugar and found I needed to add more honey. My store bought mayo had a pretty strong flavor so I then added a bit more bbq. Then a bit more. Then a bit more honey. Then a little bit more mustard. The oh yeah kicked in and I ate it on these homemade baked waffle fries.

To make waffle fries, it’s an attachment on your mandolin slicer or a special mandolin and you just turn the tater 90° each slice… very cool. I don’t love the cheapie one I got so I ordered another to try. I’ll share in stories. I soaked my waffle-cut taters in a big bowl of cool water in the fridge a few hours (or up to overnight) to release some starch for a better texture. Drain and dry off a bit. Toss in avocado oil and salt. Place on a parchment lined baking sheet, with no overlapping taters. Bake at 400° for about 35-40 minutes. Broiling the last few minutes to crisp up the top a touch.

I’ve included a photo showing the ingredients in the restaurant version. I didn’t bother underlining things I’d prefer not inviting into my body. Lotsa oil that is potentially inflammatory and not so nourishing, lotsa sugars and mostly from GMO corn syrups, red dye, blue dye, and so on. I’ll take the homemade version any day and every day. I finished off the last of my latest batch by just dipping lettuce leaves in it and enjoyed that very much. DELICIOUS.

This batch had @thrivemarket mustard, raw honey, and coconut oil mayo, + @tessemaes BBQ

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