A former Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers employee did not take lightly being fired from the fast-food chain and took to Twitter to share their famous sauce recipe.
On September 16, Twitter user @JanniAreYouOkay told her Twitter followers “Canes fired me.” She went on to say their famous sauce is nothing "but mayo, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper [and] garlic powder."
But it didn’t stop there.
The tweet quickly spread, with thousands of retweets. An hour later, she updated her followers with exact measurements of the ingredients.
Raising Cane’s released a tweet two days later, on September 18, saying “only [their] Restaurant General Managers are told the secrets.”
Whether or not thousands of Twitter users now hold the famous recipe, one thing is clear: many are giving it a try.
Dismissed Raising Cane's employee shares alleged sauce recipe. And then, she cooks it.
She then went on to talk about Cane's bread.
Canes bread : Holsum BBQ bread , butter & garlic salt. Grill it— :( (@JanniAreYouOkay) September 17, 2015
Response by Raising Cane's on Twitter.
Did you know that only our Restaurant General Managers are told the secrets of our Cane's Sauce? Now you know!— Raising Cane's® (@Raising_Canes) September 18, 2015