A copycat recipe of the famous Arby's Sauce that makes sandwiches sing! This zingy flavorful BBQ style sauce is so delicious and you don’t have to wait for a fast food run to enjoy it. Throw it on a pile of roast beef or a sandwich of any kind!
I've lost a taste for fast food in the past decade or so, but prior to that I had a few indulgences. One of them was a sandwich from Arby's - a Roast Beef Sandwich TOTALLY SLATHERED in Arby's Sauce. I would open like three packets and just douse that succulent meat until it could no longer breathe. YUM. So imagine my delight upon realizing that I could make the sauce myself. With only a few ingredients. Heaven!
This tastes just like the real deal. It is sooo good atop a heaping pile of roast beef. Enjoy, friends!
WHAT KIND OF SAUCE IS THIS?
Arby’s sauce is unique and isn’t quite like any other barbecue sauce. It’s not a thick sauce but so full of flavor that once you’ve had it, you acquire a taste for it. This sauce is unique to the fast food restaurant with its peppery barbecue-like flavor but we have found a great blend of ingredients that comes very close to this favorite sandwich condiment. The Worcestershire sauce is the star of the show!
HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN BBQ SAUCE RECIPE FROM ARBY'S
Just a couple of ingredients from the grocery store and you'll have the perfect condiment to slather on sandwiches and meat!
Combine all ingredients in a small saucepan. Place over Medium heat until boiling. Reduce to Low and simmer for 5 minutes, stirring often.
Remove from heat and let cool. Store in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. Serve as a dipping sauce with roast beef sandwiches or burgers.
HOW LONG WILL THE SAUCE LAST?
Feel free to enjoy this dip on so many foods and you might not need to worry about its shelf life. But if you make enough and have some leftover, I recommend a glass mason jar or another airtight container - plan to enjoy it within 1-2 weeks.
IF YOU DON'T HAVE ROAST BEEF PREPARED, TRY ADDING THIS DELICIOUS SAUCE TO THESE RECIPES:
Unless you have a deli slicer tucked away in your pantry, thinly slicing roast beef like the fast food chains do is tough. But this sauce is great for a lot of recipes!
You will love it on any meat-packed sandwich or dunk grilled meat into it. It is also a great dip for fries or onion rings. Feel free to kick grilled cheese sandwiches or cheese quesadillas up a notch with this copycat of Arby’s sauce, too. Here are a few other options:
OTHER ENJOYABLE SAUCES TO TRY!
We're giving a shout out to some other salsas, sauces and condiments that are worth your time!
TAKE-OUT FAVORITE COPYCAT RECIPES
Being able to make some of your favorite take-out recipes is going to change things up! Follow along to learn how to make some delicious Asian favorites.
How To Make Your Own Flavorful Chili Paste - Make this staple to keep on hand in your kitchen for homemade Asian recipes, especially if you enjoy adding it to your favorite dishes in the restaurant! It’s healthy, super cheap to make yourself and PACKED with flavor. This is a great condiment to have on hand!
Easy Orange Chicken - Enjoy Chinese takeout at home with this Orange Chicken recipe! No deep frying required and this meal will be a hit with the whole family. This is a great easy dinner option for busy nights and tastes better than the Panda Express version you love so much!
Easy Mongolian Beef - This Mongolian Beef recipe takes less than 30 minutes to make and tastes even better than your favorite Chinese takeout. Fragrant garlic, soy sauce and crispy flank steak creates a delicious, quick and easy dinner that rivals P.F. Chang's!
Easy Pad Thai with Shrimp and Tofu - Easy Pad Thai with shrimp and tofu is done in less than 30 minutes, allowing you to skip the cost and calories of take-out. Fresh and crunchy vegetables over noodles with a spicy and flavorful sauce makes dinner comforting and easy!