In n Out Spread Recipe

In n Out Spread Recipe

In n Out is a famous franchise. This chain has many famous dishes as well as condiments. The In n Out spread recipe is one of those popular appetizer recipes. This is a special sauce for burgers made at In n Out restaurants.  Burgers could always use some condiments. 

How to Make In n Out Sauce?

The in n out spread is usually served with their special burgers. The burgers are also delicious at the restaurant. This sauce enhances that flavor even more. This recipe is very easy to follow and make. You may want to keep some time in hand before serving it. Because this sauce will pair great if it gets time to set and is served a bit cold.

Ingredients that you will Need are:

  • Half a cup of mayonnaise
  • Three tablespoons of ketchup
  • Two tablespoons of sweet pickle relish
  • One and a half teaspoons of sugar
  • One and a half teaspoons of distilled white vinegar

Method of Preparing in N out Burger Sauce Step by Step:

Step 1: Chop up the pickle relish so it can be mixed well with the other ingredients. 

Step 2: In a bowl pour the mayonnaise, ketchup, sweet pickle relish, sugar and distilled white vinegar.

Step 3: Stir and mix well until the sugar dissolves and the ingredients combine well together. Make sure the texture is thick enough but not runny. The In n Out sauce recipe aims to have the exact consistency. 

Step 4: Keep the bowl in the refrigerator for an hour. The vinegar has potential to make other ingredients release water.

Step 5: Check the texture and smoothness. Serve with your burger and fries.


You can make this special spread with the ingredients you have present at your home. Even if that is an inconvenience you can make a quick run to the store and have the ingredients to make the spread.

You can enjoy this with burgers and fries. You can also try this out with homemade wedges. Or even nuggets. It can be a great pairing with fried snacks of your choice.

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