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Canadian White Sauce, Alabama Style

Canadian White Sauce

This sauce goes great with just about everything. Especially poured on top of roast chicken pieces.

If you Google Alabama White Sauce you get over 18 million results. I have made it easy for you, this is my Canadian version with Maple Syrup of course.

I make this sauce ahead of time and keep it in the fridge for several days. Actually, it gets better as it sits for a while. I prefer this sauce over BBQ chicken. Preferably whole roasted free-range chicken.


  • 2 cups of Mayonaise
  • 1/4 cup of sour cream or creme fresh
  • 1/4 cup of Apple Cider Vinegar. White wine vinegar or regular vinegar will do if you for some unknown reason do not have Apple Cider Vinegar.
  • 3 tbsp of Maple Syrup. FYI there is no substitute.
  • 1 tbs of Lemon
  • 1.5 tbs of Creamy Horseradish
  • 1 tsp of cayenne Peppar
  • 1/2 tsp of paprika
  • 1/2 tsp of salt
  • 1/2 tsp of white pepper
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Adjust the ingredients to your liking. Keep in mind, that the sauce will get a bit hotter and the flavours will mix as it sits in the fridge. The sauce should be thick but runny.

I keep any leftover in the fridge and use it on anything you like, goes fantastic on burritos, tacos, stir-fries or...

The way I prefer this sauce is over a roast chicken. I roast a whole chicken on the BBQ, I just rub some salt on the skin, then onto a tinfoil line cookie sheet and fast forward to the BBQ. Roast at 400F for about 1 hour give or take.

Once the chicken is roasted, let it rest covered for about 10-15 minutes. I do not cover the chicken, because then the skin gets soft and loses that nice crunch.

With a large knife and on a cutting board, cut the chicken in half. I cut each breast in half and separated the leg and thigh. In other words, you should get 8 pieces out of each chicken. 

Put all the pieces of chicken on a cutting board and pour the white sauce over it... Call the troops and watch it disappear.

For some reason I do not have a picture of my own, will add one next time I make this.



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