The Art of Eyeballing
Here is the delicious Spicy Fry Sauce recipe as promised! On this particular recipe, I don't really have set measurements. You're going to have to use your mouth and just test varying levels of spiciness. It is better if you can just learn to eyeball it because that means less dishes later.
For your convenience, I included pictures of all of my eyeballing amounts so you have a general idea on how much of each ingredient to include to make your Spicy Fry Sauce. And if you really can't handle the eyeballing, I put more specific measurements at the bottom of the recipe for you.
Because I'm not allowed to have ketchup in my current diet, I had to create something just as yummy. Well, this is WAY yummier than just ketchup. Prepare to be content eating 'healthy'.
The only problem is, there is some fat... so you probably shouldn't gorge yourself, like I did yesterday when I literally ate the whole pan of potato wedges myself.
-Low Fat Mayo (I used Avocado Oil Mayo)
1. Put Mayo in a resealable container. This is important so you have more for later. I like to create as little work as possible, so if you have some saved for your next yummy snack, it will save you time the next time around.
Squirt in some Sriracha. I just squirt until it looks like I have a sizable dollop.
Mix the Sriracha in. This should create a light pinkish, orange color.
I like it to be spicy, so I add quite a bit of the cayenne pepper. Add as much as you want for as much spice as you want. The more you make it, the less you will have to taste test it.
Spicy Fry Sauce Recipe (Exact Measurements)
-1 cup of Mayo
-1/8 cup Sriracha
-1 Tablespoon Cayenne Pepper
Mix all ingredients together. Taste test for spiciness and enjoy!