A CHIC-fil-A worker claims to have shared the secret behind his famous dumping sauce and that Americans can make their own version at home.
The Redditor, also known as The Lukinator, said his first job was at a restaurant in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where the sauce is believed to have been “invented”.
He said that the cooks would make this sauce in five gallon buckets before putting it in the dispenser.
The locator claims that half a cup of Colesla dressing, a quarter cup of barbecue sauce, and a half tablespoon of yellow mustard are used to make the sauce.
Redditors were shocked when the worker said that Colesla was included in the dressing ingredients.
There are dozens of recipes online claiming to make the famous fast food joint sauce.
Recipes show that honey, mustard, barbecue sauce, mayonnaise and lemon are needed to make smoky spices.
The sauce can be ordered online on the official Chick-fil-A website for pickup or delivery.
It contains many ingredients including soybean oil, BBQ sauce, sugar, distilled vinegar, egg yolk, turmeric and paprika.
Coleslaw is not included in the ingredients listed on the dressing label.
The sauce can also be purchased on eBay and Amazon.
Redditers has shared its version of the sauce online and spread it to foods like hot dog tacos and frozen pizza.
One user said: “CFA sauce is on everything.”
Redditter, who uploaded a photo of the sauce spread on the frozen pizza, said the taste was “excellent”.
Chick-fil-A was founded in May 1946 in Hapeville, Georgia.
It has more than 2,800 restaurants in 47 states and the District of Columbia.
Its founder, St. Troy Kathy, was a devout Southern Baptist, and such restaurants are closed on Sundays as well as Thanksgiving and Christmas days.
The chain is famous for its chicken sandwiches, but it also promotes fish during Lent.
An olive grove worker claims that the bread sticks taste great because they are covered in liquid margarine and topped with garlic salt.
The Sun recently reported on how McDonald’s eaters can get a steamed bun with any sandwich.
And, one ticker revealed three subway tricks that can give diners more food in less, and unlimited items they can get for free.
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