How to make Red Robin Campfire Sauce at home! This tangy barbecue sauce is the perfect dipping sauce.
Red Robin Campfire Sauce
Last week my husband John was CRAVING Red Robin Campfire Sauce! He had been talking about it for weeks and finally broke down and ordered take-out Red Robin.
When we go our order he was so sad to only find a tiny container of campfire sauce that barely lasted for half of his fries.
I decided it was time to see if I could figure out how to make Campfire Sauce at home.
Did you know that Red Robin started in Seattle as Sam’s Tavern in 1969? There are now over 500 Red Robin restaurants spread across the United States and Canada.
Sam’s Tavern owner Sam was part of a quartet who would sing When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob,
Bob Bobbin’ Along). Sam loved the song so much that he changed the name of Sam’s Tavern to Sam’s Red Robin.
When new owners took over in 1969 they dropped Sam’s and changed the name to just Red Robin.
Red Robin Campfire Sauce ingredients
- Hickory Smoked Barbecue Sauce
- Tabasco Chipotle Sauce
- Ground Chili Powder
- Worcestershire Sauce
How to make Red Robin Campfire Sauce
You guys this recipe is so dang easy to make! All you need to do is put all the ingredients in a bowl, whisk it/stir it and then let it chill in the fridge.
That is it!!!
5 ingredients and less than 5 minutes of active work and you are ready to go!
The sauce tastes even better after sitting in the fridge for at least an hour. The ingredients all meld together and hello yum!
You can buy Red Robin Seasoned French Fries in the freezer section of many grocery stores. If your store doesn’t have them you can buy Red Robin Signature Seasoning and sprinkle it on steak fries if you want the whole Red Robin experience at home.
The campfire sauce can last about a week in the refrigerator. I will say it never lasts more than one meal maybe two in our house.