Rick and Morty brought attention to the world's grievous lack of McDonald's Mulan Szechuan Sauce, sending the Internet up in arms. Unsurprisingly, this isn't the first time people felt deprived of discontinued fast food sauces, the chains you know and love so quick to betray you. Who can forget when Taco Bell recklessly got rid of their glorious Lava Sauce, or when Wendy's mistakenly decided they didn't need Ghost Pepper Sauce anymore? These limited edition fast food sauces left everyone's mouths watering and craving more.
That being said, not all old sauces from fast food restaurants can call themselves delicacies. For example, McDonald's once made a spaghetti sauce, perhaps meant to go on top of your fries? Some of these sauces are also still sold in select locations, leaving the rest of us super jealous. The value of a fast food sauce rests in the eye of the beholder, so such answers are yours to discover. Which discontinued sauce do you want to see come back the most? Given how Micky D's began talking about bringing Szechuan sauce back, you can never say never. Maybe, just maybe, the Chicken Select will make a reappearance too.
If you're a fan of sauce, be sure to check out our list of the best BBQ sauce brands.
Baja Sauce - Taco Bell
Hot Mustard Sauce - McDonald's
Lava Sauce - Taco Bell
Mulan Szechuan Sauce - McDonald's
Sweet Chili Sauce - McDonald's
Fire Roasted Sauce - Taco Bell
A1 Sauce - Burger King
Ghost Pepper Sauce - Wendy's
Cheddar Cheese Sauce - McDonald's
Sweet and Sour Sauce - Burger King
Flaming Hot Sauce - KFC
Bacon Ranch Sauce - KFC
Jalapeno BBQ Sauce - Burger King
Kung Pao Sauce - Burger King
Berry Balsamic Vinaigrette - Chik-fil-a
Onion Mayo Sauce - Jack-In-The-Box
McJordan BBQ Sauce - McDonald's
Orange Ginger Sauce - KFC