Homemade Copycat Arby’s Sauce — Arby’s Sauce is one of the best sauces on the planet. But, did you know that you can make it at home? In this recipe, we will walk you through how to make a copycat of Arby’s sauce.
This is such an easy recipe to make the kids when you are serving them chicken tenders. Now that my kids are home, doing virtual school, I am working hard at finding their delicious food to eat while I am working. Here is one way to jazz up chicken tenders up. Homemade Copycat Arby’s Sauce
Today, I made a batch of the world-famous Arby’s sauce. If you have not had it, it is a zesty BBQ sauce. Arby’s used to sell this sauce in grocery stores around America, but sadly it discontinued the product.
If you are looking for even more Homemade Pantry Recipes, some of my favorites are homemade OLD BAY SEASONING, HOMEMADE FRENCH ONION DIP, CHIMICHURRI SAUCE, and GREEK YOGURT BBQ SAUCE.
What Is Arbys?
Arby’s is a restaurant that specializes in roast beef sandwiches, curly fries, and milkshakes. Arby’s locations are typically found near highways, serving the many people who travel for work or pleasure. The company was founded by Forrest Raffel in Boardman, Ohio, on October 4th, 1964.
Homemade Arby’s Sauce
Making your copy of Arby’s tangy sauce is easy and cost-effective. You’ll be able to make enough for multiple meals or just one big batch that will last in the refrigerator for weeks! Combine the ingredients like they do at home (and store in any covered container). This homemade flavor tastes better than anything you can buy from a bottle– trust me, I’ve tried them all.
Ingredients Needed For Homemade Copycat Arby’s Sauce
- Brown sugar
- Onion Powder
- Garlic Powder
- Tabasco Sauce
- Worchesthire Sauce
- Black Pepper
How To Make Homemade Copycat Arby’s Sauce
In a small saucepan, mix the ingredients, and bring over a low simmer. Keep on stirring, continue to heat until the liquid dissolves by half.
Pour it into a sealable jar and placed it into the refrigerator.
How To Store:
Allow the BBQ sauce to cool, then transfer it into a mason jar or an airtight container. Store for up two weeks in the refrigerator, ready any time!
How To Freeze:
When you want to have a good time with your family, grill some meat and use our delicious BBQ sauce.
Ensure that the container is airtight before placing it in the freezer for the maximum shelf life of up to 3 months! Once frozen solid, remove from refrigerator one day ahead of cooking time so it will thaw overnight at room temperature on special occasions like Father’s Day or birthday parties, where everyone will love your Homemade Copycat Arby’s Sauce!
What To Serve Homemade Copycat Arby’s Sauce On
- AIR FRYER PARMESAN CRUSTED CHICKEN
- EASY AIR FRYER CHICKEN SANDWICH (CHICK-FIL-A COPYCAT)
- AIR FRYER PERUVIAN CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS
- AIR FRYER ITALIAN MEATLOAF
- HOW TO MAKE MEATLOAF IN YOUR AIR FRYER
Homemade Copycat Arby's Sauce
Homemade Copycat Arby's Sauce -- Arby's Sauce is one of the best sauces on the planet. But, did you know that you can make it at home? In this recipe, we will walk you through how to make a copycat of Arby's sauce.
- 1 cup ketchup
- 1 tablespoon brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon water
- 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon tabasco sauce
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
- In a small saucepan, mix the ingredients and bring over a low simmer. Keep on stirring, continue to heat until the liquid dissolves by half.
- Pour it into a sealable jar and placed it into the refrigerator.
- Serve as your favorite sauce.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 75Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 1120mgCarbohydrates: 20gFiber: 0gSugar: 16gProtein: 1g
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