3 dips to go with fries of garlic aioli, cheese sauce and fry sauce, along with some good old Ketchup and Ranch dressing of course!
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When it comes to preparing food for the big game, I am all about making a lot. I especially love making lots of dips to go with bags and bags of chips – but I’ve found a new favorite. French fries and dipping sauces. I can just pick up a couple bags of Alexia Frozen French Fries from Walmart, and make a few easy to make dips and I am good to go.
Alexia has Classic Crinkle Cut Fries, Crispy Onion Rings or Sweet Potato Fries and they are all delicious!
They just cook up in the oven for about 20-25 minutes so I can get all my dips ready while they are cooking and then I’m ready to watch the game. Well, I’ll be honest, we usually like to have some friends over to our house to watch the game and I end up chatting a way with a couple of girl friends, unless there’s a big play or a funny commercial on.
The 3 dips I made to go with my Alexia fries were garlic aioli, cheese sauce and fry sauce, along with some good old Ketchup and Ranch dressing of course!
Fry sauce is a Utah thing – you can get it at almost every local burger place. Its basically a combination of mayonaise, ketchup and a teeny bit of pickle juice. Its my favorite.
Garlic Aioli is basically mayonnaise seasoned with garlic, a little lemon juice and salt and pepper. This was my favorite time making it, and it was really good too. I especially liked the garlic taste with the sweet sweet potato fries. If you like garlic you will love this sauce.
The cheese sauce I made is super simple, its just melted Velveeta, thinned out with some milk. It was hot and cheesy and a good variety to the other cool dips.
French Fry Dipping Sauces
French Fry Sauce
- 1/3 cup ketchup
- 2/3 cup mayonnaise
- 1 tsp pickle juice
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 TBS garlic (minced)
- 2 TBS lemon juice
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 pinch black pepper
- 8 oz Velveeta Cheese
- 1/2 cup milk
- Combine ketchup, mayonnaise, pickle juice in a medium sized bowl
- Stir together until smooth
- Combine your mayo, lemon juice, garlic, salt, pepper in a medium bowl,
- Stir until everything is smooth
- Refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving
- Cut your Velveeta cheese into small cubes
- In a small pot over medium high heat, put your cheese cubes and milk
- Stirring regularly, allow cheese to melt into milk, until smooth
I can’t wait to make each of these tasty sauces again in a couple weeks for the big game! Enjoy these delicious dipping sauces alongside some fries and onion rings!