Here's one of my favorite concoctions for "Metchup" (aka Fry Sauce). 

If you've got a "heat" tooth, it might become your favorite, too!

This recipe yields about 3/4 cup. You can double, triple or quadruple it with equal success.

Remember to give it a rest period in the refrigerator before serving. This allows the heat from the jalapenos to mature and blend for some tasty, lip-smackin' Fry Sauce!

  • 1/2 cup Mayonnaise
  • 2 Tablespoons Homemade Ketchup- (Substitute with store-bought ketchup at your own risk. ;-)
  • 1 teaspoon Garlic- (2 cloves) grated or minced
  • 1-3 Tablespoons Pickled Jalapeno peppers- finely diced
  • 1-2 teaspoons Juice from Jalapeno can/jar
  • 1/4 teaspoon Chili Powder
  • 1/8 teaspoon Liquid Smoke- Mesquite
  • 1/2 teaspoon Garlic Seasoning Salt
Finely dice enough pickled Jalapenos until you have at least 1-2 Tablespoons.  Grate the whole garlic cloves until you have 1 teaspoon.

Put all the ingredients in a medium bowl.  Whisk together until combined. Taste and adjust seasoning or add more diced jalapeno as preferred.

Spoon into glass container. Cover and refrigerate 1 hour or overnight if time allows.

Serve as a dunking/dipping sauce  or spread it on your favorite Hamburger.  There are NO RULES when it comes to Metchup. Set your creative soul free and customize it your way!!!

For a crispy-delicious alternative to greasy, soggy french fries, take a look at my Half-baked French Fries recipe. 

Thanks for stopping by! ;-)

hey again Bajablue :) <br> <br>made yet another batch of this fantastic sauce ( i love it!) <br>and i finally got a photo for you <br> <br>this batch is made from.. <br> <br>Mayonnaise <br>tomato sauce <br>djoin mustard <br>chilli paste <br>wasabi paste <br>all purpose seasoning (which is a mixture of various spices etc) <br> <br>
Thanks for sharing, AAG!&nbsp;<br> <br> Your latest creation sounds yummy... &nbsp;and I <strong>love</strong> wasabi! &nbsp;
yes i recently bought a tube of wasabi paste for sushi (which i discovered i do not like) and even though i'm not a chilli fan i love the taste and the &quot;heat&quot; of wasabi
If you like Teriyaki sauce... you will <strong>LOVE</strong> this one with wasabi. &nbsp;It's one of my all-time favorite creations. &nbsp;The flavor is <em>incredible</em>!<br> <br> <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Pineapple-Wasabi-Teriyaki-Sauce/" rel="nofollow">Pineapple Wasabi Teriyaki Sauce</a><br> <br> <br>
i read it and it does sound very tasty! <br>i do &quot;food tech&quot; in school and was given the choice of either making sushi or teriyaki chicken..i made the sushi and regretted it <br>the flavor of nori is similar to the smell of a bait-shop! ICK
lol... maybe you should have consulted me first. See? I was reading your teriyaki mind... just a little too late! ;-D
It makes me drool.
Oh my... here's a bib for you. ;-)
hi Bajablue <br>thought I'd tell you about my latest variation of this delicious sauce :D <br> this is what i used <br> <br>tar-tare sauce <br>tomato sauce (store bought) <br>a tiny bit of mayonnaise ( i ran out!, making Dijon mustard mayonnaise as well!) <br>Djoin mustard <br>a bit of red chilli paste <br> <br>it tastes great! i love your recipe bajablue, it rocks :D <br>
Hey AAG... it sounds like you created a yummy Aussie-sauce Masterpiece!!! <br> <br>High FIVE, Girl... thanks for posting! <br>
Hey again bajablue <br> <br>aw, thanks! couldn't have done it without your wonderful fry sauce! <br> <br>*High Five's you back*
wow, sounds great!
Thank you, AussieAG! ;-)
your welcome! i will try this! will fresh chilli or powdered work too?
Thank you so much for the Patch, AussieAG! <br><br>Post a pic if you have one... please. ;-) What did you put in your Metchup?
If I were making it with fresh chiles, I'd grate them and add a teeny bit of vinegar.<br> <br> Chile powder would work, too... but give the Metchup resting time so the flavor matures.<br> <br> There are no mistakes with metchup... as long as you add what&nbsp;<em>you&nbsp;</em>like. &nbsp;I've added crumbled blue cheese, too. It tastes great! ;-p~
Now that looks yummy. Great job!
Looks good.
Thank you, ehudwill... it is! ;-D

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