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Sabertooth Sauce – Zippy Vinaigrette Sauce Perfect for Thin Crust Pizza

Rrrraw!  I’ve posted [1]and posted [2] about my love of Agatucci’s Pizza and their famous Tiger Sauce.  For the last year, I’ve been quietly creating my own version.  Yep, I’m becoming that lady.  Soon there will be legendary stories of me as the lady who rolls with a bottle of Sabertooth sauce in her purse, a la Susan Dell (According to rumor, Susan Dell carries a bottle of ranch dressing in her purse at all times.  I have no idea if this is true, but I find it hysterical.)  I love pizza, who doesn’t?  But ever since growing up in Peoria and enjoying Agatucci’s with a dash of their secret tiger sauce,  I can’t get the zippy flavor out of my brain in when I think about pizza.

When I moved to Austin, everyone was dipping their pizza in ranch.  Which is just wrong.  Well, maybe wrong is unfair since I’m not really a fan of ranch dressing.  But I’m all for sauces and dipping, so I’ve been on the lookout for a suitable replacement.  Thus far, I’ve yet to find any pizzerias in the Lone Star State serving a vinaigrette sauce.  I’m pushing the trend.  If my extra thin crust pizza recipe [1] seems like too much work to you, please consider making a quick batch of my Sabertooth Sauce the next time you order Campisi’s or other takeout.  It adds a zip and a twist enhancing your pizza experience and making  takeout something truly worth writing home about.  Or at least a status update on your facebook page.  Plus, don’t you just feel more powerful by adding a little Sabertooth to your life?  Whisk some up, and drizzle some spice into your life.

Happy Eating!

Sabertooth Sauce – Zippy Vinaigrette Sauce Perfect for Thin Crust Pizza

1 tbsp olive oil

1 tbsp apple cider vinager

1 tbsp white wine vinager

1 tbsp water

4 dash (shakes through the shaker top) ground mustard

1 tsp garlic salt

1 tsp onion powder

Whisk like crazy, then drizzle from a spoon over your favorite thin crust pizza.

8 turns fresh ground pepper

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