Steak Sauce Brands – 15 to Consider for Your Next Steak Dinner

Many people believe that a high-quality steak that is seasoned and cooked properly does not need steak sauce. Maybe that is true, but we home cooks aren’t always grilling up superior cuts of meat that are cooked to perfection. In other words, steak sauce has its place in the home kitchen to use when a steak is not top-notch. Frankly, there is nothing wrong with even using it no matter the quality of the steak if that is what your taste buds prefer.

Here are 15 steak sauce brands for you to consider using for your next steak dinner.

Steak Sauce Brands



A.1. is certainly the steak sauce that comes to mind when most Americans think of this type of condiment. It is a brand produced by Kraft Heinz in the United States and a subsidiary of Premier Foods in the United Kingdom.

While Americans might assume this product originated in the U.S., it actually was first made in the U.K. in 1824 by one of the King’s chefs. It became commercially available in the U.K. in 1831, however, it wasn’t until around the early 1900s that A.1. was available in the U.S. market.

The primary ingredients of A.1. Sauce are tomato puree, vinegar, corn syrup, salt, raisin paste, and crushed orange puree.

Andria’s Brush-On Steak Sauce


Andria’s has been a steakhouse for some 40 years. The restaurant is located close to St. Louis in O’Fallon, Illinois. It has been awarded the #1 steakhouse in the area, so it is safe to say they know what they are doing in regard to all things steaks. This includes steak sauce.

Sam Andria developed Andria’s Brush-On Steak Sauce when the restaurant first opened. Customers soon began requesting to use it at home because of its delicious flavor. This inspired Andria’s to bottle it to have it be sold at grocery stores. It was a hit with store customers who kept coming back for more.

The noteable ingredients of this steak sauce are water, onions, garlic, wheat, soybeans, salt, caramel, carrots, celery, parsnips, turnips, parsley, and spices.



Braswell ‘s has been making food products since 1946 in Georgia. The company has grown tremendously since it first started. It now has worldwide distribution of its products. Not only are products such as jellies, sauces, seasonings, and glazes made under Braswell’s brand name, but the company also has private label customers.

Braswell’s make several steak sauces include Merlot Steak Sauce, Robust Ribeye Steak Sauce, Savory Sirloin Steak Sauce, and Vidalia Onion Steak Sauce.

Country Bob’s


Country Bob Edson is the creator of this brand who had a passion for barbecue well before his famous sauces were born. The first product was an all-purpose sauce that he made for friends and family in 1968. They loved the sauce so much that it inspired Country Bob to launch his own brand of sauces for sale at stores. Country Bob’s became incorporated in 1982 when the business took off.

While Country Bob’s makes many sauces today, the All Purpose Sauce is a good one for steaks. Really it works great on a variety of foods such as chicken, fries, fish, burgers, and more.

The ingredients of this sauce are tomato concentrate, (tomato paste and water), vinegar, sugar, high fructose corn syrup, molasses, corn syrup, salt, onion powder, caramel color, garlic powder, tamarind, corn starch, natural flavors, and other spices.


Delmonico’s Restaurant is one of the most popular restaurants in New York. It dates back to 1835 when it was a small cafe and pastry shop. Many famous figures have dined at the restaurant through the years including J.P. Morgan, Charles Dickens, and Theodore Roosevelt.

Delmonico’s makes a steak sauce that can be purchased online and in grocery stores. It is made with spices, wine, honey, and tomato puree.

G Hughes


Ira “Guy” Hughes or G. Hughes is an Award-Winning Pit Master. As his status grew in the BBQ world, people began to ask for bottles of his sauces. He eventually created a line of sauces with Summer Garden Food that were designed for people who were looking to avoid sugar.

G. Hughes Sugar-Free Steak sauce is primarily made with tomato puree, plum puree, vinegar (distilled and cider), and modified corn starch.

Heinz 57


Heinz calls this sauce a secret blend of “premium herb and spices”. Its primary ingredients are tomato puree, high fructose corn syrup, distilled white vinegar, and malt vinegar, among other ingredients. `

HP Sauce


The HP stands for Houses of Parliament and as you likely already know, it originates from England. This is the top-selling brown sauce in the United Kingdom and has been in kitchens since 1899. The brand was produced in the United Kingdom for many years by HP Foods but has since been sold to Heinz who moved production to the Netherlands. The sauce is often compared to A.1., however, the ingredients are not quite the same.



You likely know Kikkoman from its soy sauce or maybe even its other condiments such as sweet chili sauce. However, they do also make a steak sauce. The main ingredients are water, apples, sugar, vinegar, and soy sauce.

While this sauce does have tomatoes (tomato paste), the paste is not the dominant ingredient like in many other steak sauces. The company states that his sauce also works with chicken and seafood dishes. You can also use it for dipping.

Lea & Perrins


Lea & Perrins began by making Worcestershire sauce way back in the 1800s in Worcester, England. In fact, John Wheely Lea and William Perrins are credited for inventing the sauce that first sold in 1837. It eventually hit the U.S. market in 1839 and demand quickly grew for this condiment.

In regard to steak sauce, Lea & Perrins makes a traditional steak sauce and bold steak sauce.

The primary ingredient of the traditional steak sauce are distilled vinegar, tomato puree, high fructose corn syrup, raisin paste, and molasses.

The bold steak sauce has the main ingredients of tomato puree, distilled white vinegar, and Worchestershire Sauce Concentrate.

Loughlin’s Irish Steak Sauce & Marinade


Pemberton’s Gourmet Foods makes this steak sauce brand. They are based out of Gray, Maine and have been making food products for 20 years. You can find them in TJ Maxx, Homegoods, and Hannaford.

The main ingredients in this steak sauce are red wine vinegar, ketchup, soy sauce, and dijon mustard. While this sauce can obviously be used on steak/beef, it works great with chicken and seafood as well.

Peter Luger


Peter Luger dates back to 1887 when it opened in Brooklyn featuring a cafe, billiards, and bowling. It is known as one of the best steakhouses in New York, earning a Michelin Star. It is also one of the oldest restaurants in the United States.

Given Peter Luger’s reputation as a steakhouse, a steak sauce brand makes sense for the company to produce. It is said to have a kick with horseradish as an ingredient combined with a traditional steak sauce flavor. Two popular places to purchase this sauce are on and

The primary ingredients of the steak sauce are tomatoes, vinegars, sugar, high fructose corn syrup, corn syrup, salted, grated horseradish, and molasses.

Primal Kitchen


Primal Kitchen was launched by Mark Sisson and Morgan Buehler in 2015. Sission may be best known for his website, “Mark’s Daily Apple” and his book The Keto Reset Diet. He was also an accomplished distance runner and triathlete. He competed in the Ironman World Championship and Olympic Trials in the early 1980s.

Primal Kitchen uses real and simple ingredients to make its products. Its organic steak sauce is no exception. It is gluten-free, vegan, Whole 30 Approved, sugar-free, Paleo, and beyond. When you look at the ingredients on the label, you know exactly what you are eating. A view of the first six ingredients includes water, organic balsamic vinegar (organic wine vinegar, organic concentrated grape must), organic tomato paste, organic distilled vinegar, sea salt, and organic tamarind.



Don Shula is known for being the winningest coach in NFL history. He was head coach of the Miami Dolphins for over two decades, winning two Super Bowls. One of those Miami teams was undefeated.

After his legendary career in the NFL, he opened up several steak houses starting in 1989. Shula’s currently has restaurants in Arizona, Texas, Illinois, Florida, Virginia, and Ohio.

Shula’s Special No 347 Steak Sauce is made with the following ingredients:

Tomato puree (water, tomato paste), distilled vinegar, raisins, corn syrup, salt, orange base (orange, lemon, and grapefruit juices), orange peels, spices and herbs, tamarinds, caramel color, dehydrated garlic, and onion.

Texas Roadhouse


Texas Roadhouse has approximately 570 restaurants in the U.S. Mexico, Middle East, and Asia. The first restaurant opened far from Texas in Clarksville, Indiana. The second one was a bit closer in Gainesville, Florida.

You are now able to enjoy the taste of Texas Roadhouse at home with the company’s seasonings and steak sauce. Some of the notable ingredients of the steak sauce include water, apple butter, raisin paste, and Worcestershire sauce.

Closing Thoughts

A favorite steak sauce brand is an excellent condiment to keep in the refrigerator for times when your meats are not superior tasting or even for general use. We hope the above list of steak sauces will help you discover a new brand that you can enjoy during many dinners in the future.