For a short time, these delicatessens were the difference between having average-tasting chicken and more exotic flavors and ingredients packed into the slow cooker cauliflower and mushroom soup condiments merely talked about today. While they may not be found on menus any longer, some blends can still be mirrored by using a variety of top secret ingredient-busters across the net; but it's simply not the same as having the best discontinued fast food sauces.
Take a trip slow cooker cauliflower and mushroom soup fast food sauce lane with the most intriguing mixes and flavors ever invented for mass production Berry Balsamic Vinaigrette by Chick-fil-A An slow cooker cauliflower and mushroom soup twist on the salad dressing, Chick-fil-A's memorable berry balsamic vinaigrette will go down as one of the most sweet-tasting, and otherwise strangest condiments to enter the list of best discontinued fast food sauces.
This is one of the reasons why you should never eat at a Chick-fil-A; the single best sauce to give your salad new character is long gone.
Sadly discontinued back in with a fairly disheartening farewell given by the Chick himself, the amazing tastes of berry balsamic shall always be remembered, whether on a salad, or rather strangely dipped with chicken cutlets which actually tastes pretty good, despite the fact you'll never get to try it.
Baja Sauce by Taco Bell Taco Bell is well-known for their crazy flavors, whether it be dicing peppers into their various tacos, or crushing Doritos into their burritos, they love to kick it up a notch.
The fast food chain didn't hesitate to disband this awesome sauce, however, for its inclusion among the Gordita and Chalupa was simply too good to keep alive.
The only way you'll ever be able to taste this amazing condiment is if you either go back in time, or make a copycat that's simply nowhere near the same as the original.
If you do go back in time, bring back some for me please. Hot Mustard Sauce by McDonald's All the hype over McDonald's Szechuan sauce seems to have slow cooker cauliflower and mushroom soup their other better condiments to the back of everyone's mind.
That's easily among the best discontinued fast food sauces, but nothing will beat their hot mustard.
While every may love their honey mustard untouched by spices of any kind, the McDonald's hot mustard was something of a mustard-lover's dream come true.
Place the salmon skin-side up on a boil of foil and cook under a hot grill for 5 mins. Turn the freezer over, spoon over the marinade mixture and cook for a further 4 mins.
It brought that famous spice and zest packed in their Szechuan among other blends and fuzed it with their tasty honey mustard for something almost magical. Just not as magical as Szechuan, I'm afraid.