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Rhodes Island sauce
Rhodes Island sauce
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This finger licking good sauce is one of Sweden’s most common dipping sauces. It started as a salad dressing but now you can find it everywhere you look. My kids love it to fries, nuggets, burgers and believe it or not, even veggies. Quick and easy to prepare and will give you a healthier alternative to a regular store-bought sauce.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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200 gr Crème Fraiche
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2 tablespoons Mayonnaise
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3 tablespoons Ketckup
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Black pepper
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2 teaspoons French Mustard
Instructions:
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Mix the Crème fraiche and the mayonnaise.
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Add the Ketchup and the mustard.
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Add the spices and mix well.
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Place the sauce cold for 1 hour.
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Pour in small individual bowls before serving.
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