It seems like everyone NEEDS to know the mystery behind what’s in Guy Fieri’s Donkey Sauce.
Well, have I got a scoop for you?
I became privy to some insider information [side note: via google] that’ll allow us to recreate this epic and totally not worthless at all sauce.
What you need:
1 cup of mayonnaise
2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp Yellow Mustard (aka yella mustid if you’re Emeril Lagasse)
6 cloves of roasted garlic
1/4 tsp kosher salt
1/8 tsp black pepper
To roast garlic, cut across the entire bulb of garlic about 1/3 from the top.
Place the whole bulb in some aluminum foil, and cover with a touch of extra virgin olive oil.
Bunch up the foil around like a purse and roast in a 400 °F oven for 45-60 minutes, until golden brown.
Gather your ingredients.
Squeeze garlic cloves out of skin onto a cutting board. Use the back of a fork to mash them into a paste.
Dump the mayo into a bowl.
Plop everything else on top of the mayo.
Mix and transfer to a blinged out jar.
Alright, so you have this wacky Donkey Sauce. Now what do you do with it? Well you can use it for anything. Sandwiches, fries, popcorn. The intended use is to put it on burgers, like at Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar.
I hit up my local Jimmy Johns to get some bread for sliders…
…and I used the Donkey Sauce to construct an insane tower of beef sliders with bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and Donkey Sauce.
“Jimmy John’s Momma’s Tower-of-slider-rama”