Why is burger/fry sauce so hard to find?

Oct 25, 2017
6,441
Boise, Idaho
#20
Fry sauce is such a common thing around here it's weird seeing people that haven't heard of it. Though I guess I shouldn't be too surprised that it's ubiquitous around here, that Wiki article posted above claims fry sauce was invented by the Arctic Circle restaurant chain, which exists here.
 
Oct 27, 2017
945
#31
Also the mayochup that Heinz put out is disgusting and should be tried at the hague.

This is the fry sauce it's that orange stuff

It's probably mayochup with horseradish. Like the Sweet Baby Ray's dipping sauce, or blooming onion dipping sauce at Outback Steakhouse. The Sweet Baby Ray's version is easy to find here in Texas
 
Oct 27, 2017
749
#44
Publix and target don't have any. Where is all the fucking sauce? It's easier to find a rifle in walmart than it is fry sauce what the fuck.
I know they’re not on every city around the country, but Freddy’s Steakburgers sells a bottle of their fry sauce over-the-counter. I think it’s like $3.99 or $4.99. Tastes just as good as the self-serve in the restaurant.
 
Oct 28, 2017
3,773
#49
I might have to make some then I have a frothing demand
First step:
Just make it yourself. It's just mayo and ketchup in equal parts.
Second step: sweet relish. I'm a big relish guy, so I really go ham with it. Just dump a ton in there.

I've got a spice shaker with 3 parts garlic powder and onion powder, and 2 parts paprika and smoked paprika. Sprinkle a little bit of that in there and you've got yourself a sauce.

Maybe some Dijon mustard if you're feeling saucy. Pun intended.
 
Oct 27, 2017
1,107
#50
It's really easy to make yourself. I go with mayo, ketchup, mustard, worchestershire, oregano, cayenne, paprika and salt. And if my wife isn't having any, I'll add some finely chopped pickle. It's good stuff.