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Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce

May 29th, 2010 in Sauces & Dips & Spreads by
Total cooking time: 15min
Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce

This is the easiest recipe for simple cocktail sauce which makes a great addition to boiled shrimps, or fried meat or chicken main dishes. I even serve it as a side sauce for russian meat dumplings (pelmeni).

You can vary amount of each ingredient to taste: if you like ketchup taste more – add less mayonnaise; add more garlic if you want to make sauce more spicy; also fresh parsley can be replaced with cilantro.

Ingredients:


How to prepare, step by step:

  1. Prepare ingredients: pour ketchup into a bowl, rinse fresh parsley:
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 1
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 1
  2. Pour mayonnaise to the same bowl, you may vary amount of it to your taste:
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 2
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 2
  3. Salt and add ground pepper to taste:
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 3
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 3
  4. Peel garlic, and press it:
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 4
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 4
  5. Mix good:
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 5
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 5
  6. Fine chop parsley and add it to the bowl:
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 6
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 6
  7. Mix again:
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 7
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 7
  8. Pour ready ketchup-mayonnaise sauce to the clean bowl and serve as a cocktail sauce for shrimps, or as a side sauce for meat dumplings, fried chicken or other fried meat dish:
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 8
    Ketchup and Mayonnaise Mix Sauce Recipe: Step 8
Enjoy!
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Annette
1 year ago

Can I use dried parsley?

sesilia
4 years ago

I make this to put on salad except I add milk to make it creamier

Antonis Xenos
7 years ago

Hi
Great recipe. Thanks for publishing.
I am thinking of making some and I would like to know how to preserve it over a long period.

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