This Mississippi Return Sauce is so good !!!
I live in Mississippi, so I guess posting a recipe for Mississippi Comeback sauce one day was inevitable! Utah has fry sauce, Louisiana has Remoulade, and Mississippi has back sauce.
You can use this goo sauce as a dip for vegetables, shrimp, and grilled meats and I’m sure of some other things I hadn’t thought of. It also works well as a salad dressing or sandwich sauce, a great improvement over regular mayonnaise!
Mississippi Return Sauce Very Good !!!
There’s no doubt that comeback sauce originated in Jackson, Mississippi, but as is often the case with a classic recipe like this one, the exact origins of the original recipe are still hotly debated.
According to Clarion Ledger of Jackson, many credit The Rotisserie, the first Greek restaurant for Jackson to make comeback sauce, but others claim it originated in 1935 in what is believed to be the oldest restaurant in town, the Mayflower Café.
Mayonnaise: 1 cup
Ketchup: 1/4 cup
Chili sauce: 1/4 cup
Dijon mustard: 1 teaspoon
Onion powder: 1 teaspoon
Garlic powder: 1 teaspoon
Worcestershire sauce: 2 teaspoons
Ground black pepper: 1/2 tsp
Tabasco sauce: 1/2 tsp
Olive oil: 1/4 cup
This should make the pint jar full.
All you need to do is mix all the ingredients together well and store in the refrigerator overnight. The trick is that he needs to sit down to allow for the flavors to be “recognized”.
Well now, you can use it on everything (except Cheerios)!