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Not just for waffle fries! Try this on sandwiches, burritos and for dipping chips.
Combine ingredients and refrigerate at least 1 hour before serving to allow flavors to combine. Makes about 2 cups. Keeps in refrigerator for a couple weeks.
Note: When you mix your dip, depending upon your tastes, you may want to decrease the amount of garlic powder and cayenne pepper at first and decide how much you like. We like food a little on the zippy side, so it’s perfect for our tastes.
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