11 thoughts on “Copycat Arby’s Barbecue Sauce

  1. We had an Arby’s in our old neigborhood but since we moved they’re none in the area. I’m so happy to have this recipe because I’ve been craving for Arby’s for so long. Thanks so much.

    Debbie

  2. craig mcnees says:

    many years ago i copied arby’s sauce by just mixing katsup and plum sauce then chill. really easy and really close if not better.
    craig

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  4. Vicki says:

    does anyone have the recipe for Arby’s horsey sauce. I would really like to get my hands on a recipe for it.

    Thanks

  5. I have been looking for the Arby’s sauced but I always thought it was white. This recipe sounds like a red sauce. Any other thoughts on that Horsey Sauce?

  6. Brandi says:

    Tried this recipe today. Pretty darn close! Yummy. I found that when I added 1/4 tsp of cumin to it that it tasted even closer to the original. I’m adding this to my recipe book for sure!

  7. rockinrowl says:

    Do you happen to have a copycat recipe for Arby’s Honey Mustard Sauce? My hubby LOVES it, says it’s the best.

  8. Anita says:

    I love Arby’s sauce. I was thrilled when I saw this so I couldn’t wait to make it. Have to say I was really disappointed. I have never had a problem with the Arby sauce burning my mouth or stomach I threw this one away. It was way to spicy for my liking. I guess I’ll keep asking for extra when I do get to go there.

  9. richo says:

    this taste just like ketchup….duh….this isn’t even close. If you like ketchup sandwiches I guess it’s fine

  10. McArby says:

    I made a Beef and Cheddar with an onion roll, steakumms( fried but also steamed with a little water so it was juicy), a slice of sharp cheddar( they have wrapped slices now). The arbys sauce was kind of hard. Its a barbecue sauce but not a strong one. I mixed one part heinz 57 steak sauce to 2 parts ketchup and it was pretty good and ball park similar to their sauce. The horsey sauce is easy, just get a creamy horseradish. I like mine a little bitier so I like Inglehoffers.

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