Creating 5 sauces using Ketchup and Mayo

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Ketchup and Mayo are such widely used condiments without which many people find it impossible to truly enjoy a sandwich, burger, or serving of French fries. What goes with warm, salty fries better than a refreshing dollop of sweet tomatoes, after all? On the other hand, there are many people who detest mayonnaise. This condiment, out of all the ones in the fridge, has the power to annoy even the sweetest of individuals. Fans of the condiment could eat it between two slices of bread with only a few slices of tomato, while detractors would gladly wipe it off the face of the planet.

We understand. We totally do. And we don't usually take sides, but there is something that has to be known about mayonnaise: it produces some of the tastiest sauces. Pair it with Ketchup in just the right amount and you’ve got a winner on your hands. Here are 5 different sauces that you may whip up using Ketchup and Mayonnaise!

1. Barbecue Sauce

Although barbecue sauce isn’t ketchup, it is a rather well-liked relish on its own. Although it is available in bottles on the same shelf as ketchup, preparing your own is easy and allows you to adjust the flavor to your preferences. You can put barbecue sauce on everything from chicken nuggets to ribs by starting with ketchup as the basis. Because the flavors need time to meld, this sauce tastes best after chilling for a few hours.

2. Red Remoulade

Traditionally, a mayonnaise base is used to make the French condiment rémoulade, which is then seasoned with a selection of spices, herbs, and finely chopped veggies. French fries and roast beef sandwiches in Europe are topped with variants of the sauce. A type called red, Creole, or Louisiana rémoulade is well-liked in America, whereas a white rémoulade variant is also used. For a wonderful and novel dish, try it on prawns and other seafood. You may create this sauce in a food processor by beginning with the uncut veggies and herbs, adding the remaining ingredients, and pulsing until smooth. The flavors of remoulade combine better if you let it rest in the refrigerator for a few hours.

3. Fry Sauce

The perfect dip is created by combining a few readily available, basic ingredients to form the famous Fry Sauce, a sweet and tangy delicacy. It is truly excellent and among the finest! Making it is easy and requires few ingredients. Serve the mixture with your preferred varieties of French fries after simply combining the ingredients in one bowl. You may also use this fry sauce to top your favorite burgers and wraps. There are many variations of this sauce recipe, as well as many possibilities for dipping foods.

4. Sweet and Sour Sauce

A sauce known as Sweet and Sour sauce is created by blending a sweet ingredient and a sour ingredient with cornstarch as a thickening agent. Granulated white sugar, honey, and brown sugar are a few of the typical sweet ingredients while Pineapple juice and different variations of vinegar are a few of the often utilized sour ingredients. The Sweet and Sour Sauce recipe’s simplicity in preparation, in addition to the fact that it doesn’t take much time to prepare one, is what we appreciate most about it. Additionally, we save money by making our own commercial Sweet and Sour Sauce rather than purchasing it from the supermarket.

5. Tartar Sauce

Mayonnaise, pickles, scallops, and other ingredients come together to form a homemade tartar sauce. It is far superior to anything you can get in a jar and is quick and simple to create! Serve it with fish or other seafood. However, not all bottled tartar sauces are made as good. The market for readymade tartar sauce is really a gamble. Mayonnaise serves as the sauce’s foundation with a few other ingredients like the spicy Tabasco sauce and lemon juice coming into play. Your own freshly produced tartar sauce will always taste a thousand percent better than anything you can purchase packaged at the store, yet it’s the simplest thing to put together.

Making your own sauce at home is a great way to customize the flavors and ingredients to suit your specific tastes. From Fry Sauce, and Remoulade to Tartar Sauce – these sauces can add a delicious and unique flavor to your meals. With just Ketchup or Mayonnaise and a little bit of creativity, you can create your own delicious sauce recipes to enjoy any time. You can now get the entire range of National Ketchup and National Mayonnaise delivered to your doorstep with the click of a button.