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Looking for a clean sauce to top your burgers? This Clean Thousand Island Sauce is paleo & Whole30 approved for all of your favorite grilled foods!

If you have had In n Out at any point in your life (or yesterday if you are lucky), you have probably had their “special sauce”.  It’s basically just thousand island dressing and it is AMAZING.  I love it on burgers so a few weeks ago I whipped some up with what we had on hand and it was sooo delish!!  It only takes 3 ingredients to get this clean thousand island sauce together and it will change you grilling game for good!

First start with some super clean mayonnaise – I love this & Tessemae’s Mayo!  Then add some tomato paste and a chopped up pickle.  That’s it!!! The key to this whole recipe is finding quality ingredients.  Check your labels for no artificial flavors and colors.  It is mind blowing how hard that can be.  I only found one brand of pickles without added “yellow #5”.   So take the extra time and look at those lists, it is sooo worth it!!  Same with the mayo – most of them have TONS of ingredients but you can find a few with a very little ingredient lists that will rock your world.

So with that, I give you my fave new condiment!

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Paleo Thousand Island Sauce

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup clean mayonnaise (I used Tessemaes)
  • 1/4 cup chopped pickles (check ingredient list for no added artificial colors or flavors)
  • 2 tablespoons tomato paste
  • salt to taste

Instructions

  1. Combine mayonnaise, chopped pickles and tomato paste in a bowl and stir to combine. Season with salt to taste. Enjoy on burgers!

 

15 replies
  1. rita c. says:

    just made this dipping sauce to serve with our turkey burgers tonight. so yummy! there was leftover sauce, do you think that will keep in the refrigerator? it seems a shame to throw it out.

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  2. Lauren McCracken says:

    I made this and found it blah– I used garlic and onion and apple cider vinegar to spruce it up a bit. I highly recommend the vinegar– it’s the secret to in n out yumminess!

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