Arby's Horsey Sauce is a classic sauce that we all love. Arby's has many great items on the Arby's menu. This sauce has just the right amount of heat, and it is easy to make at home.
Growing up we went to Arby's once in awhile. I always thought this place was better than an ordinary hamburger place. They had two sauces that are amazing. I personally love Arby's sauce, it is a spicier ketchup that goes well with French fries, and just about anything you poor this sauce over. I also like their spicy Horsey sauce, I think it was the first time I tried anything with horseradish in it.
I have seen other recipes online for the Arby's Horsey sauce but I was always a little disappointed in the results. While you can use plain old horseradish, and it works well. If you recall this sauce has no texture, it is creamy, with some heat, and a little bit of sweet. I found that by using a creamy horseradish sold in the condiment section of the grocery store you could get something a little closer than the sauce made with fresh horseradish.
This sauce will stay fresh once made for about 7 to 10 days. I think it tastes a little better once it has had the chance to sit and the flavors get to mingle a bit. The flavor, in my opinion, tastes even better the day after you make the sauce.
Other uses for Arby's Horsey Sauce
You might wonder how else you can use this classic sauce. You can use it on every day sandwiches, it tastes wonderful on a homemade hamburger, and I even like to serve a little bit of this with some roast beef.
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Arby's Horsey Sauce
Make your own Arby's Horsey sauce with this copycat recipe.
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1/4 cup creamed horseradish or 2 tablespoons fresh horseraddish
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
In a small bowl combine mayonnaise, sugar, creamed horseradish, and salt. Stir until well combined. For best flavor allow to rest in a covered container in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour. For optimal results allow to rest overnight before serving.Print Recipe