Raising Cane’s Sauce is one of my favorite dipping sauces! Plus it’s great on more than just chicken! I would always get extra sauce (and extra Texas toast) when I went to Raising Cane’s to bring home but not any more! I did a side-by-side comparison and made my own!
This Copycat version of Raising Cane’s Sauce will have your mouth watering! And it’s great with more than chicken! I used the sauce on fries, burgers and deli sandwiches. You can make this sauce up in just a few minutes and keep it in your fridge for weeks (but it won’t last that long!).
Raising Cane’s Sauce Ingredients
Most everything in Cane’s sauce are pantry staple ingredients you probably already have!
- 1/2 cup Duke’s Mayonnaise
- 3 tbsp Heinz ketchup
- 1 1/2 tsp Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce
- 1/4 tsp Lawry’s Seasoned Salt – this has a bunch of spices in it – like onion powder, paprika and more!
- 1/8 tsp Hot sauce
- 1/8 tsp garlic powder
- 1/8 tsp black pepper
- OPTIONAL: you can add creole seasoning if you like a more peppery kick
Raising Cane’s crispy chicken tenders don’t have a ton of flavor in the breading – it’s a simple (but delicious) flaky coating on juicy chicken tenders. That leaves all the flavor for the yummy dipping sauce. You can get larger containers of the sauce for extra at the restaurants but it’s much easier to just make it at home. 🙂
What does Cane’s sauce taste like?
Cane’s Sauce is tangy with a little bit of spice and full of flavor. It’s definitely creamy with hints of salt and garlic – so good! Perfect dipping sauce for their chicken, fries and that yummy bread!
How to make Raising Cane’s Sauce?
This Copycat Cane’s sauce recipe is so easy – you put everything in a bowl and whisk it together! I store it in a half-pint mason jar in the fridge. This recipe makes about 1/2 cup – since I live alone – I wanted to make a small batch that would be great for 1-2 meals. Feel free to double if you want and need more.
Is Raising Cane’s sauce vegetarian?
Raising Cane’s sauce can be vegetarian but not vegan or dairy free. It’s made with mayo, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce (this can be vegetarian or not), hot sauce, garlic, Lawry’s seasoned salt and black pepper. And let’s remember – most of the time you’re eating it on CHICKEN! Hahahaha!
Does this sauce need to be refrigerated?
Yes – because of the mayo, Cane’s sauce does need to be refrigerated. Store in an airtight container for up to 3 weeks. I just make small batches as I go. I prefer these glass food storage containers.
What else can you use Cane’s sauce with?
It’s a great dipping sauce for veggies, fries and a topping on burgers! Pair the breaded tenders with sweet potato fries for a quick weeknight meal!
- Air Fryer Dill Pickle Chicken
- Air Fryer Fried Pickles
- Breaded Pork Tenderloin “Tenders”
- Copycat Cheeseburger Fries
- Air Fryer Sweet Potato Fries
More Yummy Homemade Sauce Recipes
Raising Cane’s isn’t the only dipping sauce I love – here’s a bunch more I make all the time!
Copycat Raising Cane’s Sauce Recipe
- Whisk together all ingredients
- Adjust to how you like it! If you like it spicier – add more hot sauce! Creamier? More mayo!
- Refrigerate until ready to serve