Ollie’s Most Excellent Sammich Sauce

So… recall when we were making Ollie’s Marinade yesterday, and I had you save back two tablespoons?

Well, this is what we’re gonna use it for and, I gotta say, this sammich sauce is good enough to justify keeping at stash of Ollie’s in the fridge.

Creamy, a little bit smoky and tangy,with a few interesting (but not exotic) ingredients, this is not your parents’ secret sammich sauce!

Oh, and do try it on fries and/or onion rings.

Sweet potato fries, too.

•1/4 cup Miracle Whip Salad Dressing
•1/4 cup mayonnaise
•2 tbsp French dressing (the orange stuff)*
•2 tbsp prepared Ollie’s Marinade
•2 tsp dill relish
•1/2 tsp sweet relish
•1 tsp dried shallots
(in a pinch, dried onion will work just fine)
•1 tsp white vinegar
•1 tsp chili sauce
(or ketchup, but chili sauce is zippier)
•1 tsp steak seasoning
(Montreal or whatever your favorite may be)

*I used Ken’s, which is made with real sugar instead of corn sweeteners. If you want more control over your sugars and ingredients, here is an excellent Vintage French Salad Dressing that is a snap to make.

Place all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl or beaker, then stir to combine.

Transfer to a covered container and stash in the fridge for at least three hours before using to allow the flavors to fully blend and develop.

To use for burgers, spread on lightly toasted buns, then add shredded lettuce and sliced pickles. We also had melted Swiss cheese on our Ollie Burgers.

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