Mix all ingredients together well, then place into an airtight container and refrigerate for at least 1 hour, or overnight, for the flavors to develop.
THIS IS IMPORTANT! to really get that Raising Cane’s flavor, you need to let this dipping sauce rest in the fridge. When you first make it, it mostly tastes like ketchup mixed with mayo. But let it sit overnight and it develops into layers of flavors: creamy, creole-seasoned, tangy, and a peppery kick. It turns from ‘nice’ to absolutely irresistible. Patience will be rewarded.The prepared sauce should always be stored in the refrigerator when not using. You can use whatever Creole seasoning you enjoy, but I assure you that Tony Chachere’s is best in this recipe and can be found anywhere.