How to Make Crawfish Dipping Sauce

Crawfish can be found in abundance in Southwest Louisiana. However, even if you do not have the access to fresh crawfish, you can buy frozen crawfish tails from various online stores on the internet. These crawfish can then be used with a number of dishes, such as salads, bisques, and dips.

Preparing a delicious crawfish sauce at home is not as hard as some of you may think. Crawfish dipping sauce is typically served with crustini and crackers. However, depending on your personal needs you may wish to serve it in individual pastry shells. Even if you do not have any expertise in cooking, you can make crawfish dip sauce using this excellent and effective recipe.

Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 15 min
Total time: 35 min
Yield: 5 – 6 people
Utensils: Sauce Pan, mixing bowls, stirrer, wooden spoons

Garlic powder: 1 tsp
Prepared Horseradish (to taste): 1 tea spoon
Mayonnaise: 1 cup
Ketchup: 1 table spoon
teaspoon Prepared Horseradish: (to taste)
Tabasco or Louisiana Hot Sauce: (to taste)


  • 1

    Find a small bowl or a container and wash it thoroughly using fresh water. This is important to remove any harmful bacteria or germs. Also, make sure the working area is clean to ensure the best quality and healthy dipping sauce for your crawfish.

  • 2

    Take 1 cup of mayonnaise and mix it with the ketchup in the bowl.

  • 3

    Depending on your need, you can add a small amount of Louisiana Hot Sauce or Tabasco into the mixture. Continue to mix the ingredients until the required taste and texture is achieved.

  • 4

    Next, put the dipping sauce in a container and place a lid over it. Allow your dipping sauce to be refrigerated for at least an hour before serving.
    This type of crawfish dipping sauce is commonly used throughout the United States. Considering the fact it is not spicy, this version of crawfish dipping sauce is perfect for children.

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