Subway Chipotle Sauce (Copycat)
This Subway Chipotle Sauce tastes almost exactly the same as the original Subway recipe but is made without eggs! This easy recipe only requires few ingredients and just about 5 min.
I love Subway but being allergic to eggs, I can’t have most of their delicious sauces, especially the renowned Subway chipotle sauce. This is my husband’s favorite subway sandwich sauce!
Having heard so many people raving about it, I decided to make an eggless copycat version of it.
Also check out my other eggless copycat recipes here :
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Subway’s chipotle southwest sauce has the right amount of heat, tang and acidity that can elevate the flavor of any dish.
This recipe requires only a few ingredients, most of which you might already have at home, and the steps are super easy. So, making subway chipotle sauce at home is easy and inexpensive!
You can use this sauce as a salad dressing, to spice up sandwiches or even use it as a dipping sauce for anything from French fries or fried pickles, to chicken nuggets! You can even use it to dip your veggies on the charcuterie board! You won’t need to ever search the supermarkets for a brand dupe.
Ingredients and Alternatives
Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce *- You should be able to get these at any supermarket.
Chipotle peppers come from red jalapenos, and sometimes also from ripe green jalapenos. They are made by putting the jalapenos through a drying and smoking process, during which most of the heat is still retained.
The heat level of chipotle peppers is labelled as medium heat. To give you a better idea, here is a comparison: Thai red peppers have a Scoville Heat Units between 50,000 to 100,000 and chipotle peppers are rated between 5,000 to 10,000 Scoville units.
Others – White vinegar, sugar, onion powder, garlic powder
How to make the perfect Subway Chipotle Sauce
Creating the perfect southwestern chipotle sauce only takes few minutes!
Combine mayonnaise and ranch with chipotle peppers in a food processor. To this, add white vinegar, sugar, onion powder, garlic powder, and blend till you get a smooth consistency.
You can store it in a mason jar to help preserve it for long or you can add it to a squeeze bottle as done in subway restaurant and use it to elevate your sandwich preparation game
Here are some of my favorite ones, that I am sure you would love –
Subway Chipotle Sauce (Copycat) Recipe
- 3/4 cup Three cheese ranch
- 1/4 cup Mayo (vegan or regular)
- 3.5 oz Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce
- 1 tsp Sugar
- 2 tbsp White vinegar
- 1 tsp Garlic powder
- 1 tbsp Onion powder
- Add all the ingredients to a food processor, and blend! Simple as that.
- Store in any airtight container and serve as and when needed
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Commonly asked questions
What is Subway chipotle sauce or subway southwest sauce made of?
The main ingredients used in this southern chipotle sauce at Subway are ranch, mayonnaise, chipotle pepper in adobo sauce, vinegar, onion powder and garlic powder.
What does subway chipotle southwest sauce taste like?
The chipotle southwest sauce has a creamy texture. It is mildly sweet and has a good balance of spice and tang, with a hint of acidity. This sauce has the ability to add a burst of delish to almost any dish – be it a tuna sandwich or a chicken salad.
Is chipotle sauce at subway healthy?
The southwest chipotle sauce contains about 100 calories, 10 grams of fat and 220 milligrams of sodium per serving, which means the chipotle sauce at Subway is not as healthy as would like it to be. Gives you more reasons to make it at home, right?
How long can you store chipotle sauce?
Store in any airtight containers and refrigerate the sauce. This should make it last up to 2 weeks.
Can you buy chipotle sauce?
Heinz Southwest Chipotle sauce might be the closest commercially available sauce that is similar to Subway’s chipotle sauce. But this does contain egg and might not be suitable if you are vegan or allergic to eggs.
What are the best subway sauces?
Some of the most popular Subway sauces are – mayonnaise, honey mustard, sweet onion, southwest chipotle and barbeque sauce. Which ones are your favorite? Tell us in the comments below!
Does chipotle sauce have eggs?
The original sauce you get in Subway does contain eggs but this subway southwest chipotle sauce copycat recipe doesn’t.
What do you eat chipotle sauce with?
You can add it to your sandwiches or use it as salad dressing. You can even serve it in a small bowl as a dipping sauce to go with your favorite fries.
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