Comeback sauce

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Comeback sauce (sometimes spelled kumback or cumback) is a dipping sauce for fried foods or as a salad dressing in the cuisine of central Mississippi.[1]Similar to Louisiana remoulade, the base of the sauce consists of mayonnaise and chili sauce (or some approximation of that combination).[2] The origin has been credited to The Rotisserie, a Greek restaurant that was located in Jackson, Mississippi.[3][4]

Several Jackson, Mississippi restaurants serve their own variations of the sauce and many offer bottled comeback sauce.

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