McDonald's Ultimate Big Mac Sauce

"I found this on the web."
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Mix everything very well a small container. Cover, and refrigerate at LEAST 1 hour before using.

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  1. flower7
    I don't eat McDonald's (it doesn't like me) so can't compare this to the "real deal" but don't care - it's good by me no matter how it compares! I did vary *slightly* from the recipe by using all mayo and all dill relish but I added a touch more sugar to make up the difference in sweetness. For the French dressing I used recipe #135295 since I had some made up already from a couple nights ago. Can't wait to try this on a burger or fries! Thanks for sharing!
  2. Midnight_Blue_
    This is the same recipe I use, it's phenomenal! I did a side-by-side comparison against the real deal, and it was impossible to tell which was which. And it's good on so many things, fries, onion rings, sandwiches... the possibilities are endless.<br/><br/>The only thing I do differently is to microwave the sauce for 20 seconds after combining the ingredients. This ensures that the sugar melts and it blends the flavors more effectively. <br/><br/>Amazing recipe, thanks for posting!
  3. Midnight_Blue
    I kept seeing this recipe turn up with every search, and eventually caved and tried it. SO glad I did!!! <br/><br/>I'm very finicky about sauces, I was relieved to notice almost *no* difference between this and the Micky Ds sauce. I tried some of the Thousand Island variations, none of them were even close to this, Thanks for posting!
  4. ColoradoCooking
    The best! Make a day ahead for best flavor.
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  5. Bill J.
    This is the recipe I found years ago. It is the one in the 1969 managers' manual. So far, it is the closest to the real sauce. I would like to add that I tried the one I saw in the video by the Canadian McD chef. The one with garlic powder, mustard, and praprika............that one is not even close. It is awful. It has an overpowering taste of garlic and mustard.........none of which are in the original. I really believe that was a fake video to make people give up and go buy a Big Mac.


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