Simple Barbecue Ranch Sauce
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Simple Barbecue Ranch Sauce is creamy and cooling. It is really simple and perfect for dipping or topping your favorite burgers.
I have to say Red Robin is one of my favorite gourmet burger places. People who know me realize I am a simple girl when it comes to food extravagances. I just can’t justify paying $50 for a meal I can make at home, and on something that doesn’t last. But, Red Robin is reasonable and I truly enjoy their atmosphere and food (and prices). They always have some cool new burger to try.
So, on special occasions I like to go to Red Robin. By far my favorite thing is the campfire sauce on the fries and onion rings. I never really worked on trying to come up with a copy, but this sauce does remind me of their campfire sauce a little.
This sauce is really simple and perfect for dipping or topping your favorite burgers, the Simple Barbecue Ranch Sauce is creamy and has a nice cooling element to it. Perfect when paired with the Spicy Jalapeño Jack Burger! The ranch really gives this a new dimension of flavor. Want a regular sauce, try our yogurt ranch sauce.
Simple Barbecue Ranch Sauce
- 1/2 cup mayonaisse
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 3 tablespoons ranch dip mix, I used Hidden Valley
- 1/2 cup barbecue sauce, your favorite
- In a small bowl, combine mayo, sour cream and ranch mix. Mix until well combined. Add barbecue sauce and stir.
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe’s nutritional value will vary depending on the ingredients used, measuring methods, and portion sizes.
Originally Published July 22 2012
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I have to try your sauce and definitely on a jalpeno burger. Looks fantastic!
Thanks Carol. I appreciate you stopping by!
I want to dip an onion ring into that right now!
Seriously! Onion rings sound really good too.
Oh yum! I love sauces like this. I used to get the club house grill sandwich at Applebees and loved the BBQ / mayo that they put on it. I don't think they have that anymore, but it's been so long since I've been there. We don't have a Red Robbin here in Sarasota. I see the commercials though! Thanks for this recipe!
I know. My parents live right by you and they love Red Robin, so they come when they are here. If you see commercials is there one in Tampa? Thanks for coming by!
Oh this looks so delicious. I know my family will love this sauce!
Thanks Alicia! It sure is a winner in our home. Thanks for coming by.
This looks quite yummy and your photos are beautiful!
Aww, thanks Chris! Chad does great work.
You know, this would've been perfect for the Food Unchained series. Thinking about doing it again next month. Would you be interested?
I will have to check it out, DB.
I love campfire sauce from Red Robin, asked for the recipe and they told me they mix mayo, smoke barbecue sauce and bourbon sauce. I use mayo, KC smokey Bourbon and Sweet Baby Rays kicking bourbon, I did not measure it but just keep adding the 2 barbecue sauce to the Mayo till i get the right color and taste, you can't tell the different from their to mine. We use it on fries, burgers and anything we want a sauce on.
I LOVE the Red Robin campfire sauce. I asked how they make it, they told me mayo, smoky barbecue sauce, and bourbon sauce.I experimented and this is what I came up with. I use mayo, KC masterpiece smoky bourbon and Sweet Baby Rays Kickin Bourbon. I mix the barbecue sauce in the mayo till I get the right color and taste . Its perfect
I went to this restaurant and they put a smoke house bbq ranch sauce on there burger…can you think of a way to add some smokey flavor to your sauce? Thanks for any advice.
I went to a restaurant where they had put a smoke house bbq ranch sauce on their burger…can you think of a way to add the smokey flavor to you wonderful sauce? Thanks for any advice you might have.
@BonitaScroggy have you tried any of these? it's still summer! report back!
Thank you for inspiring me to cook at home!
The kids went crazy over this!!! They loved it with your breaded chicken tenders recipe and it was amazing!