Fired Employee Spills the Beans on Restaurant


Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.  That appears to be true about a woman who was fired by Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers restaurant.  After she was fired, she took to Twitter and revealed the recipe for the restaurant’s secret sauce.  The recipe is actually quite simple and there are no surprise ingredients.  As is often the case it’s the proportions of the ingredients that determines the taste.

 The tweet was retweeted and favorited thousands of times when the teen decided to update her followers with the exact measurements of the ingredients in the recipe and a picture of her own homemade version of the sauce, reports Fox 7 Austin.

Two days later, Raising Cane’s tweeted, “Did you know that only our Restaurant General Managers are told the secrets of our Cane’s Sauce? Now you know!”

Since the tweet with the recipe was shared, other Twitter users have said that they’ve tried the recipe and had success.

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Raising Cane’s, which recently opened a new location in West Chester, is a popular restaurant known for their chicken and secret dipping sauce.

A disgruntled former employee recently tweeted what she claimed is the recipe for said sauce, including mayonnaise, ketchup, garlic salt, Worcestershire sauce, and black pepper.

Over the last week, others have commented on the post that they tried the recipe and it was a success.

H/T Opposing Views