Sauce Blanche Recipe

Order from a friture in Belgium (or France) and you'll be presented with countless numbers of sauces for your fries and sandwiches. While I love the tartar sauce on my frites, it's the sauce blanche that I have to have on my pitas and durums (donner kebobs). Sometimes called just pita sauce, kebob sauce or white sauce (in English): Sauce Blanche is actually fairly similar to ranch dressing in the U.S. Yet each friture may "doctor" their recipe for their customers, and some restaurants even make their own from scratch. Toss some on your next shawarma dish and enjoy a bit of my favorite European sauce.

Sauce Blanche Recipe

1 small sour cream
1 clove of garlic
Chopped green onion (approx. 2 Tablespoons)
pinch of salt and pepper
pinch of dill


  1. Place garlic, and a small amount of green onion in a food processor and blend.
  2. Add yogurt and salt and pepper, continue to process until uniform.

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