Sunday, November 27, 2011

Sour Cream Mayo -KNEADERS SAUCE- {inspired}

Print Label Now and cover with sticky laminate.

Tell me you have NOT devoured all your leftover turkey yet... 

Have you?  Because...

I love this "Turkey Bacon Avocado on Focaccia" sandwich from Kneaders Bakery & Cafe. Their menu describes it as, "Slow-roasted, hand-pulled turkey, bacon, KNEADERS SAUCE, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, salt and pepper, avocado."

Well... I love their sandwich spread/sauce, which they use in place of regular mayonnaise, and it takes just a tad of mustard for that lovely creamy, lightly-yellow color.

A [key manager] once told me EXACTLY what they put in their delightful sauce, by listing off the very ingredients below, but obviously, he didn't share what "sort of gigantic proportions" or the GALLONS [of this or that] they must use! 

Their original version is more MUSTARDY, whereas my cloned version a little more SOUR CREAMY... and that is by personal choice. Certainly, you can add more mustard to it, like theirs, if you prefer.

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Sour Cream Mayo
Yield: 1 (12-oz) condiment bottle

1 1/8 cup (9-oz) light mayonnaise
1/3 cup (3-oz) light sour cream
tsp yellow mustard, simply added to taste
1 to 2 tsp sugar (I use Whey Low for Ice cream*)
1/8 to 1/4 tsp table salt, again added to taste

Combine ingredients in a plastic bag, gently squeeze out the air and tie a loose knot. Squeeze the bag to mix ingredients. Snip off one corner of the bag and squeeze the sauce into a clean condiment squeeze bottle.

*Re: Whey Low for Ice cream dissolves more quickly than Whey Low D. I've used Whey Low in my recipes now for 4-5 years primarily for health reasons. I prefer it over granulated sugar and especially over any sugar substitutes. Read why here, "Whey Low: What is the Advantage?"

Print the free label and adhere with double-stick tape, [before] refrigerating Sour Cream Mayo sauce.

Great for sandwiches all-year-round... and even nice for a change with potato salad in the summer time!

Sharon Anne


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