Matt bowden: i always take extra packets of sauce home, to much trouble in making it..lol
Frank Brazil: arbys sauce smells like vomit
s2truong: just made this. Taste really good!
TS Serrenna: Arbys does not make they roast beef sandwiches out of lunch meat lol. They cook a 10 lbs toast which is cooked for 3 hours.
Zoey Jusko: You can also add tabasco and/or cayenne for heat. But go easy with it. You don't want to end up like Harry & Lloyd.
IsabelLovesIvan: I read somewhere that using a couple of spoonfuls of tomato paste in with the ketchup will act as a thickener very nicely. It gives the sauce a bit more of a tomato flavor which is up to each person's taste. I'm going to try it next time.
Drake: They use an onion bun for the beef n cheddar
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 Elizabeth: 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 experimentation.
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.
James Williams 777: when cloning any burger, no not substitute bread for buns lol follow directions as closely as possible
George Washington: 975,000,000*
Dodondorks: Thanks for the info! I didn't know that, but next time I'm at the store I will get some!
PerfectChaosZeta: Onion buns are a thing. They're at your super market.
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.
PerfectChaosZeta: Just got to the end of the video, those are way bigger than Arby's Melts. They're at least Regular R. Beefs with 3+ oz of beef on each. You're full of crap dawg. Four 3oz regular roast beef sandwiches are ~2.99 in most areas * 4 is 11.96 and with 4 cheddar addons at 50 cents each that's 13.96, add in avg state tax of 8%/$1.11 and you get $15.07. Don't BS me with any of the value bullcrap, you and I both know the juniors/melts are microscopic.
Source: Made these sandwiches for 4 years @ Arbys
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.
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 there)
How to make Arby's roast beef sandwich, and Arby's Sauce....Buzzed5
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