Outback Steakhouse Honey Mustard Sauce

How did I get my hands on the Outback Steakhouse Honey Mustard Recipe?

Many many years ago, back when Outback Steakhouse was a scratch kitchen, I would eat there a few times a week.

I liked to sit at the bar and down a couple of blokes (their large beers) while I waited for my food.

This sauce was all over my favorite dish at the time, the Alice Springs Chicken.

Outback Steakhouse Alice Springs Chicken
Alice Springs Chicken with loaded baked potato

Grilled chicken breast topped with sautéed mushrooms, crisp bacon, melted Monterey Jack and Cheddar, and honey mustard sauce.

Alive Springs Chicken description

It also brought a little cup of the sauce which worked out perfect for dipping your Aussie Fries or pouring over your loaded baked potato.

The Alice Springs Chicken quesadilla, which was added years later to their menu also brings some of that liquid gold.

Over time I befriended the kitchen manager who would sometimes also tend bar when they were shorthanded.

He knew of my love for their sauce, so he gave me the recipe on my birthday.

I suspect it’s correct, but whether it is or not, it tastes great.



  • 1 part Honey
  • 1 part Dijon Mustard (he suggested Grey Poupon)
  • 2 part Mayonnaise
Pardon me, Grey Poupon commercial parody from Wayne’s World


Only Step 1Mix up all the ingredients in a bowl and stir that shit up real good.

*If you’d like to thin out sauce, add some water to the honey mustard recipe.

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  1. Being a sauce whore, this is one of my favorite sauces of all time. I too prayed at the pedestal of the Alice Springs Chicken. Now, I just wonder what brand of mayo…

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