A Sauce for Every Fritter

Here’s what to pair with Rhode Island johnnycakes, Indian pakoras, Indonesian perkedel jagung, Puerto Rican surullitos, and Southern fritters.

Indonesian Sambal Tomat

Indonesian Sambal Tomat

Coconut & Sambal: Recipes from my Indonesian Kitchen by Lara Lee. Get the recipe for Indonesian Sambal Tomat »Louise Hagger
You’ve gotta serve johnnycakes with New England maple syrup.

New England Maple Syrup

You’ve gotta serve johnnycakes with New England maple syrup.Jon Whittle
Mint-Cilantry Chutney

Mint-Cilantro Chutney

Get the recipe for Mint-Cilantro Chutney »Jon Whittle
Shane Mitchell drizzles her fritters with hot honey from South Carolina’s Red Clay brand ($10; redclay​hotsauce.com).

Hot Honey

Shane Mitchell drizzles her fritters with hot honey from South Carolina’s Red Clay brand ($10; redclay​hotsauce.com).Jon Whittle
Can’t be bothered to mix equal parts mayo and ­ketchup? Heinz makes a good mayo-ketchup.

Mayo-Ketchup

Can’t be bothered to mix equal parts mayo and ­ketchup? Heinz makes a good mayo-ketchup.Jon Whittle
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