Condiment Substitutes

Do you need a Worcestershire sauce substitute, Mayonnaise substitute, Ketchup substitute, Dijon Mustard substitute or even a Dry Mustard substitute? If you need to find any of these, or any other condiment substitute for that matter, you've come to the right page. You'll find a proper substitute for any of these when cooking, baking or just enjoying a simple hot dog.

Condiments in general have a pretty long shelf life, but if they have gone bad or you have run out, then you need to find a substitute. You'll find a substitute for dijon mustard and a substitute for dry mustard among the many other listed condiments and substitutes on this page.

So, check out our condiment substitute table below and change up your sandwich today (yes, you'll even find a mayonnaise substitute).

How Long Does Condiment Substitutes Last?

Condiment Substitutes

Condiment Amount Substitute
Worcestershire Sauce substitute 1 Tablespoon 1 Tablespoon bottled Steak Sauce
*OR* 1 Tablespoon Soy Sauce
*OR* 1 teaspoon each of Soy Sauce, White Vinegar and Tamarind Paste (if you add just a pinch of ground cloves and a dash of hot pepper sauce you've got a duplication of worcestershire sauce)
Mayonnaise substitute 1 Tablespoon 2 thin slices fresh, ripe Avocado
*OR* 1 Tablespoon Greek Yogurt (yoghurt)
*OR* 1 Tablespoon Plain Yogurt (yoghurt)
Ketchup substitute 1 Cup 1 Cup Tomato Sauce +plus 1 teaspoon Vinegar +plus 1 Tablespoon Sugar
Dijon Mustard substitute 1 Tablespoon 1 Tablespoon Dry Mustard +plus 1 teaspoon Water +plus 1 teaspoon white wine vinegar +plus 1 Tablespoon Mayonnaise +plus a pinch of Salt
Dry Mustard substitute 1 teaspoon 1 Tablespoon Prepared Mustard
Capers Substitute Any Equal amount of Green Oilves
Oyster Sauce substitute Any Vegetarian Stir Fry Sauce
*OR* Soy Sauce to taste

Remember, when making substitutions be sure to measure accurately for best results. Any ingredient substitute may alter slightly the taste, texture, weight, or moisture content of your finished product. Some may alter your recipe more than others, so you need to consider the other ingredients in your recipe whenever making a recipe substitute. Many of the condiment substitutions suggested above will alter the taste of your finished recipe, especially the worcestershire sauce substitute and mayonnaise substitute. For example, egg salad and tuna salad are very different without real mayonnaise.

We have a separate butter page, if you're looking for a good butter substitute.

To find out the shelf life of mustard, visit our how long does mustard last page.

A note regarding Substitutions...

Using these substitute suggestions may slightly alter the taste, texture or appearance of your resulting recipe. However, we recommend these substitutions as similar replacement ingredients when the original ingredients are unavailable.