If you don’t put tasty sauce on your sub, it’s not a Subway. But what kinds of sauces are there? We’ll check it out!
Ultimate Subway Sauce List
A sub sandwich isn’t perfect unless it has sauce on top. The sauce adds a unique taste that makes the sandwich perfect. Adding a sauce, or even more than one if you’re feeling brave, can add some moisture to your sub sandwich. This can help balance out the bread, meat, cheese, and veggies that you’ve carefully put together, making your sandwich taste better.
(Saucy Subway Secrets) Subway Sauces Menu 2023
Some of Subway’s sauces have been around for decades, while others have only been available for a few months. If you’ve been eating at Subway for a long time, you may have noticed that a few sauces are no longer available. Depending on how often you use the sauce area, you may not have noticed the changes because you never use it, or you may have had to change your favorite order because one of your favorite sauces was gone.
So, which sauces have been taken off Subway’s menu? These Subway sauces are no longer available:
Dressing for ranch
Vinaigrette from Subway
Chipotle, or Sweet
Italian dressing that is creamy
Many people are upset that Subway took Ranch Dressing and Thousand Island Dressing off its menu. Some have even started online petitions to get these sauces back. Many people now say they don’t know what sauce to put on certain sub sandwiches because Ranch Dressing was a mainstay in many people’s sub sandwiches. Several people have also said that there are almost no acceptable sauces for salads anymore. This takes away the option of adding a big burst of flavor to salad bowls with a favorite sauce, like Ranch, Vinaigrette, Caesar Dressing, Creamy Italian Dressing, or Thousand Island Dressing.
Subway has taken a few sauces off its menu and added a few new ones. It has also kept a few of its original sauces.
So, which exact sauces made it onto Subway’s new, smaller menu? These are the new standard sauces that are now offered at all Subway locations:
Vinegar from red wine
The condiment mayonnaise
This is mustard.
The Buffalo Sauce
Teriyaki with sweet onions
The Peppercorn Ranch
Parmesan Vinaigrette with an MVP
These 11 sauces are now what Subway is known for. Even though Subway has taken away a few sauces, it has done its best to make a few new sauces that are similar to old favorites. For example, the Red Wine Vinaigrette has been replaced by the MVP Parmesan Vinaigrette, and the Sweet Chipotle sauce has been replaced by the Baja Chipotle sauce. Some of these changes have worked better than others. For example, people liked the Baja Chipotle sauce more than they liked the fact that the normal Ranch Dressing was taken off the menu, even though many people have told Subway they want it back.
There is a sauce at Subway that, regardless of how you feel about the new options, will bring a blast of flavor to the meal you order from the sandwich shop.