4 Reviews

No, not quite. It's still good, don't get me wrong. But it's not Mac sauce. There's got to be dill relish in it, too. And dehydrated onion, not just minced onions.

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TheBurgerDude February 24, 2011

I used mayo instead of miracle whip and used homemade french dressing! I did not put this on a burger but used it on a roast beef sammie for lunch! This was very good! It also traveled just fine from my house to my office! Thanks for posting! Made for PRMR tag November 2009!

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~SarahBeth~ November 13, 2009

Yep, just like McDonald's Big Mac sauce which we love! We reduced this to 3 servings and made exactly as directed using homemade Miracle Whip and homemade French Dressing from Zaar. We'd like to note that it's important to let this set for a bit to give the sugar time to dissolve into the sauce. Now if we only had their sesame seed bun recipe.... :)

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2Bleu July 24, 2008

A yummy sauce that will go great with my veggie burgers! I used mayonnaise instead of Miracle Whip, and added a little vinegar and a touch more sugar to make up the difference. I used Ken's Country French dressing. Thanks Sam! :lol:

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Sharon123 June 11, 2008
Copycat Mc Donald's Big Mac Sauce