The ingredients to Raising Cane's dipping sauce have been a secret since the beginning  of "One Love".

When Todd Graves, founder, chairman and CEO of Raising Canes wrote a college paper about a restaurant that served chicken fingers he received a very poor grade and was met with the same attitude when he approached a bank for a loan.  No one's laughing at his idea now.  Since 1996, Raising Cane has been serving 100% chicken, never frozen, and served with love.

One of the most talked about items found at all Raising Canes restaurants, is the dipping sauce.  It's hard to find anyone who doesn't wish they had a barrel of it at home.  So what's in it?  Though the recipe is top secret, things have a way of getting out.

I have combed the internet reading information from people who can pick out certain ingredients in items to former employees.  And even though no one may know exactly what's in Cane's dipping sauce or the amount of each ingredient...after making this recipe at home, I think we've come close.

1⁄2 cup mayonnaise

1⁄4 cup ketchup

1⁄2 tablespoon garlic powder

1⁄2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

Generous amount of black pepper (cover surface two or three times and mix in)

Combine all ingredients. It will start to look and taste right as you blend them together, but it is best to let the sauce sit for a few hours before serving.

[Via:  Yahoo, Times-Picayune, Raising Cane's]