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Raising Cane's 24 hr marinate....
Is it in water, idk someone work/worked there know someone enlighten me?


mpar98
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Yeah water


Brosef Stalin
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plain water adds all kinds of flavor


SwaggerCopter
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Salt water.


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AnActualFan
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My son used to work there, and I was told it is MSG and water. True story.

Edit: For clarity, the active, main component of the marinade is MSG.
This post was edited on 10/2 at 8:43 pm


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ErectileReptile
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re: Raising Cane's 24 hr marinate....
It soaks in marinade water,which is water and their marinade mix which Im not to sure of what it is.


OceanMan
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Yes, marinated in water, seasoned with a pinch of sand.


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GEAUXmedic
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I found this on reddit.. maybe some insight.
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I can tell you with certainty that the actual recipe, which makes around 5 gallons of sauce, is:

15 lbs. Mayo (Kraft Extra Heavy, which I've only seen in foodservice packaging)
3 No. 10 cans ketchup (Heinz; and yes, the bag they use is a #10 can equivalent)
40 oz. Worcestershire sauce (can't remember which one, but not a major brand)
6 oz. (volume) Course ground black pepper
6 oz. (volume) Garlic powder

Converting Mayo at 220 g/cup, and the #10 can at 12 cups (both are subject to debate), a workable recipe is:
3/4 c. Mayo
1/4 c. Ketchup
5 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
3/4 tsp. Black Pepper
3/4 tsp. Garlic powder

One of the reasons that everyone claims that every recipe they try is not quite it is that they make the sauce then eat it. Cane's won't use it until it has sat for 24 hrs. to let the flavors meld. Trust me, this IS Cane's Sauce! And yeah, the chicken's not frozen, but have you ever eaten it without the sauce? It's moist, but pretty bland. The chicken is brined in a salt/MSG solution, and the breading is just flour, poultry seasoning, and MSG.


wal marks
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re: Raising Cane's 24 hr marinate....
It's msg. They call it "the good stuff"


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ErectileReptile
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quote:

I found this on reddit.. maybe some insight.
quote:

I can tell you with certainty that the actual recipe, which makes around 5 gallons of sauce, is:

15 lbs. Mayo (Kraft Extra Heavy, which I've only seen in foodservice packaging)
3 No. 10 cans ketchup (Heinz; and yes, the bag they use is a #10 can equivalent)
40 oz. Worcestershire sauce (can't remember which one, but not a major brand)
6 oz. (volume) Course ground black pepper
6 oz. (volume) Garlic powder

Converting Mayo at 220 g/cup, and the #10 can at 12 cups (both are subject to debate), a workable recipe is:
3/4 c. Mayo
1/4 c. Ketchup
5 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
3/4 tsp. Black Pepper
3/4 tsp. Garlic powder

One of the reasons that everyone claims that every recipe they try is not quite it is that they make the sauce then eat it. Cane's won't use it until it has sat for 24 hrs. to let the flavors meld. Trust me, this IS Cane's Sauce! And yeah, the chicken's not frozen, but have you ever eaten it without the sauce? It's moist, but pretty bland. The chicken is brined in a salt/MSG solution, and the breading is just flour, poultry seasoning, and MSG.


All accurate. Used to work there, fairly recently actually.


BigPerm30
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and MSG


No wonder I can speak fluent Cantonese shortly after eating it.


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CP3forMVP
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It soaks in marinade water,which is water and their marinade mix which Im not to sure of what it is.


This is correct, my buddies fiancé used to be the manager at one when she was still in school.


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Spankum
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Used to work there, fairly recently actually.


question...does anyone ever order and actually want to eat the coleslaw?


CHEDBALLZ
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2 gallons water
1 cup salt
1/2 pound msg


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Melvin
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Canes fricking sucks


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Trout Bandit
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Water, salt and MSG. Trust me.


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ErectileReptile
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re: Raising Cane's 24 hr marinate....
Uh, yeah the counter gals/guys would make a fairly large batch. Relative to the amount of canes sauce that was made it was nothing though.

But the usual people who kept the coleslaw were older folks, middle aged to elderly, and people who dont know about the switch.


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AtlantaLSUfan
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re: Raising Cane's 24 hr marinate....
They serve it hot and fast with competent workers. Never had a bad experience there.


TheArrogantCorndog
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re: Raising Cane's 24 hr marinate....
water, salt, msg


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