Chicken Finger Sauce – perfect copycat of Guthrie’s, Zaxby’s and Raising Cane’s sauce. Seriously delicious!! Mayonnaise, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, garlic powder, seasoned salt, black pepper. Great with chicken fingers and fries. Got the recipe directly from a former employee.
I am SO excited to have this recipe!!! I love that I can have as much of this yummy sauce anytime I get the craving.My family and I love eating. We usually go there two or three times a month and almost always stop there when we go on a road trip.
I got this recipe from a local chicken finger place that is a knock-off of Guthries/Zaxby’s/Raising Cane’s. They had a newspaper clipping from the paper with the sauce recipe. O-M-G! I did want any good food blogger would do, I took a picture and made it at home!!! I did make one change to their recipe. I added black pepper. They don’t use black pepper in their sauce. Gutherie’s/Zaxby’s/Raising Cane’s all use black pepper, so I added a generous amount to the sauce.
This tastes just like all the famous chicken finger joints sauce. This might be my favorite recipe find of all time! I suggest making this the day before you are going to serve it so the flavors have time to come together. I also recommend using good quality mayonnaise, Heinz ketchup and Lawry’s seasoned salt. Make this the next time you have chicken fingers. You’ll LOVE it!!
My family and I love eating. We usually go there two or three times a month and almost always stop there when we go on a road trip.
2 cups mayonnaise Hellman’s or Duke’s
¼ cup Heinz ketchup
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
¼ tsp hot sauce or to taste
¼ tsp garlic powder or to taste
1 tsp Lawry’s seasoned salt or to taste
½ tsp black pepper or to taste
dash cayenne pepper
Whisk together all ingredients.
Adjust seasonings to your own taste. Start with amounts listed and add more until you get it to your liking.
Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Use Duke’s Mayonnaise and No-Sugar Ketchup for a low-carb sauce.
Use Lea and Perrins for a gluten-free sauce.