Here’s a 5 minutes Vegan Burger sauce recipe, made with pantry staples you are likely to have at hand. It’s the best Vegan Sauce for burgers, sandwiches, salads, tacos, Chips, almost everything!
About this Easy Vegan Burger Sauce recipe
Vegan burger sauce- call it the best friend for Vegans, can instantly turn an ordinary meal into an ultimate meal. When it takes only 2 minutes to whip and less than 2 minutes to gather the ingredients, who will not make this recipe?
The recipe is crazy easy, with no cooking involved or no chopping too. And all you need is a bowl and whisk!
Talking about its taste, you won’t even realize this homemade Big Mac Sauce is a vegan sauce! It is a creamy, smooth burger sauce that can make anyone crave to have more burgers because it is soo good!
My son hates full-fat mayonnaise but loves this burger sauce in his Burgers, so I have all the more reasons to make it regularly at home. His standard burger order at GBK restaurant in the UK would be to remove the mayonnaise and use burger sauce instead. Add Cheddar cheese instead of the American cheese slice!
Most of the condiments used in this burger sauce recipe are irreplaceable except for the variety of mustard and hot sauce. However, if you are not a Vegan, use full-fat mayonnaise. The Classic Burger sauce is still too good!
The homemade version is so much better and cheaper than the store-bought ones and is an excellent dipping sauce.
The recipe is so quick, that you can rush back to your kitchen to gather simple pantry staple ingredients and whip instantly.
Why you’ll love this recipe
Budget-Friendly – Making homemade Vegan burger sauce is economical. It is so much cheaper than the store-bought ones.
Quick & Easy – The recipe takes literally 2 minutes to whip up and about 2 minutes to gather the ingredients! Isn’t it Quick?
No-Cook Recipe – So many uses for this BURGER SAUCE that needs no-cook, no stove, no microwave, and no blender too. How simple and wonderful it is!!
Versatile Use – Use this sauce in your burgers, sandwiches, or even as a dipping sauce for your fries.
Dietary needs – Vegetarian, Vegan, and Dairy-Free. It can be gluten-free if you leave out the mustard.
You will need
Vegan Mayonnaise – I like to use Heinz Vegan Mayo, easily available at grocery stores. You can use any local brand Egg-free Mayo.
Tomato Ketchup – Use your favorite brand of ketchup. A little goes a long way.
Hot Sauce – I like to squirt in a tsp of hot sauce, not too much in my burger sauce as it compliments the flavors really well.
Pickle Juice or Jalapeno Juice – Either of them works really well and offers the acidity needed in the sauce. I do not like to dice the pickle, as we prefer a smooth texture.
Garlic Powder – For smooth sauce texture, use Garlic powder instead of garlic paste or fresh minced garlic.
Mustard – I usually like to use Dijon Mustard. However, when I was creating the recipe for this article, I have used Yellow Mustard. Because that’s what I had in my refrigerator.
Salt & Pepper to taste
Onion Powder is optional. However, if you have it in your pantry, use it in the sauce. It is delicious.
How to make Vegan Burger Sauce?
Add all the ingredients one after the other to a bowl and whisk them together until smooth.
Transfer the sauce to an airtight container or mason jar and refrigerate for up to 5 days.
This Vegan sauce is great with burgers, sandwiches, tacos, chips, fries, and wraps.
How long does Burger sauce last?
Homemade Burger sauce can be refrigerated for up to 5 days.
I love storing the sauce in mason jars or a glass jar with a screw top for optimal freshness. Sometimes they last longer than the suggested time too!
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Easy Vegan Burger Sauce recipe below
- ½ Cup Vegan Mayonnaise
- 2 Tbsp Tomato Ketchup
- 1 Tsp Hot Sauce
- 1 Tbsp Pickle Juice or Jalapeno Juice
- 1 Tsp Mustard Yellow or Dijon
- ½ Tsp Garlic Powder
- ¼-½ Tsp Salt
- ½ Tsp Ground Black Pepper
- ½ Tsp Onion Powder Optional
- Gather Ingredients -In a small bowl, add all the ingredients together.
- Combine -Mix well using a fork or use a whisk. Serve!
- Store -Transfer any leftover sauce into a mason jar and store in the refrigerator. It stores well for up to 5 days.