ZeroGHome24: Thank you for the recipe in advance. We had a 4lbs roast between three,
which lasted ages. I was fed up with roast dinners so that's when I checked
out these burgers and these bad boys are getting made. Respect from UK.
13dawnful: That looks so good. 😛
Sarah Riddle: I, weird I like them plain
Angela Shuskey: One more thing, have you ever thought about making roast beef sautéed in a
lil beer for an extra zing? I might try this in the spirit of
blacksupra001: when cloning any burger, no not substitute bread for buns lol follow
directions as closely as possible
Angela Shuskey: I love cloning stuff and sometimes adjusting recipe to make it my own.
Thanks for the video, Arby's sauce will be good to have around for shrimp
and other stuff. Another way you can thicken the sauce is to take out a
small amount of the liquid mixture and mix it with cornstarch, then add it
back into the larger batch- this just keeps the flavor less diluted.
Clinton Baker: Also, a lot of Arby's are closing down (at least in the area where I live)
so you can't always just go to an Arby's and get the food there...
EmotionalImpact609: I work at arbys and it's red ranch on bottom not arbys sauce
vanscoyoc: I think you nailed it without using food processing ingredients. May need
some heat but know your house is full of no heat wussies. Water, Corn
Syrup, Tomato Paste, Distilled Vinegar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Salt,
Modified Corn Starch, Soybean Oil, Xanthan Gum, Garlic (dehydrated), Sodium
Benzoate (preservative), Onion (dehydrated), Spice and Spice Extractives,
Artificial Flavor, Extractives of Capsicum.
brendanmcwilliams: 4 Large Arby's sandwiches for $4? Which Arby's do you work at because the
one around me charges like $3 a sandwich.
cookingbuzzed: not quite... try 3 dollars (99 cent store) and it was no hastle. Actually
fun, try it sometime ")
ryandrew44: i think this guy worked at arbys i mean the sandwhich its true to its
Austhon Authra: Hey man nice video! Haha lmao when you burned your hand! Nice cooking
though keep up the good recipes!
generalized1: @Joseybby09 yeah he spent like 10 dollars to make 6 sammiches...last time I
checked Arby's sammiches cost about 4+ dollars a piece...
Eric Johnson: Bingo! Bingo! Bingo! He made an Arby Melt and put Arby's sauce on it. Beef
'n ched has onion bun, red ranch, shot of cheddar sauce and roast beef.
robert vincent: worcestershire sauce pronounced 'wooster'
sizlax: You nardo, Arby's makes their sandwiches on onion buns...
bigglefty75: looks good thx buzzed
richjasonjones: The rb sandwich is like 1.50 and the sauce is free. They have pick 5 for
6.95, comes out cheaper than buying 10 things to make their sauce.
stephaniemosborne: or you can just go to arbys and get some arbys sauce FOOOR FRRREEEEE!!!
gregpiltz: you should get a job at arbyz seems like you got da brains
La Lokita: You don't heat up the meat do you?
ghettolives: dude you rock!
vanscoyoc: He doesn't show it but I think he microwaved the meat just to heat it up.
Dodondorks: Your sauce needs to be thicker. and if you are thinking about the Been n
cheddar it isn't arbys sauce. it is a red ranch sause. but good job (I work
ColeDaddy35: Are you serious? I give you props cause Im sure that was a good sandwich.
You should definetly thickin up the sauce.
MMandy05: I second what blackout said essentially that's a beef and cheddar not a
roast beef and on the beef and cheddar they use the onion bun. (That's my
favorite sandwich from there.) Otherwise good job! :) Way to make something
expensive affordable. Probably not quite the same but still sounds pretty
Joseybby09: I Work At Arby's & This Would Cost You 4Dollars At Arby's Hut He Just Spent
Like 10 Dollars On All That Lol Plus The Hastle
Barb Chester: So the beef you used was like cooked Deli roast sliced thin?
ufcallyear: 3 people eat arby's sandwiches without arby's sauce
Joeysoncrack: Why didn't he just walk his lazy azz In Arby's and take a couple of packets
of Arby's sauce lol xD
anatainu: No food but there's beer... wow priorities smh
Chad Smith: i sure hope you toasted the buns at least before you ate them. i used to be
a manager at arbys and i havent eaten there since i quit about 2 years ago.
PerfectChaosZeta: I worked at Arbys for 4 years and I can tell you that not only is he going
to get multiple sandwiches out of that batch he's got there, but the meat
is probably better too. Ignore the official statement ala "actually Arby's
beef is merely beef broth, selected cuts of beef and food grade phosphate",
because "selected beef cuts" could be anything (not to be confused with the
"Select", the beef grade), ass, lips, you name it. I've also handled many
an uncooked roast, that stuff is nasty.
Brillendrager: Did you bake the roastbeef?
PerfectChaosZeta: Onion buns are a thing. They're at your super market.
George Washington: 975,000,000*
Adam Johnson: Doesn't Arby's also toast the bun or something? How was the beef (roast
beef) cooked? There should be a warning about burning your hand at the
BEGINNING of the video. I was making the sandwiches at the same time as I
was watching and did the same thing with the hand burn.
Dan Russo: come-on! It's a No Brainer! First of all, he is lucky the glass didn't
break from the heat! 2nd of all, even an idiot should know the container u
are pouring it in has to At least be as big as the amount u are pouring in!
Next time let it cool first, warm the glass up with hot water to match the
temperature, so it won't break from heat impact, and make sure it is aQuart
jar if u are pouring more than 16 ozs. (u cant pour 20 oz into a 16 oz jar,
Dodondorks: Thanks for the info! I didn't know that, but next time I'm at the store I
will get some!
autumn turner: That was so good you are THE BEST
getNRaged: What does 'hastle' mean? Is it anything like 'hassle', just misspelled
because, as your typing shows, you aren't all that bright?
manicmanuk: man worcestershire sauce is pronounced WUSS-Stair-Cher sauce
PerfectChaosZeta: Also, hilarious fact: Red Ranch is a fancy name for French Dressing. BK
actually used to get their french dressing from the same manufacturer and
it is literally the exact same stuff. You can buy bottles of it at the
grocery mark, Onos is spot on.
csds7679: Yea true but all that sauce and cheese soup I'm sure wasn't used all up in
the sandwiches and he could make a whole lot more with what he had shown,
so money wise, he saved by making it himself.
AusLlamaProductions: WE ONLY SELL ARBY SAUCE!!! AAAAAAAAAAAARGH
Cabo Wabo: You should heat up the roast beef meat in the oven or microwave and use the
buns that have onions on top. Also whats the recipe for Horsey Sauce?
blackoutJezable: Hey you made roast beef and cheddar!!!!! And anyone know arbys uses onion