Worcestershire sauce is a very useful ingredient in a variety of recipes. However, there are only a few vegan brands on the market, they are expensive ($0.52 to $0.82 per oz) and are not readily available. Also, only one vegan brand has a gluten free option, and it is $1.53 per oz!
This vegan and gluten free Worcestershire sauce takes just 20 minutes to make, tastes fantastic, and only costs $0.11 per oz! It takes quite a few ingredients to get just the right flavor, but this Worcestershire sauce is really easy to make. Here is what you will need:
Dulse is a seaweed, and it substitutes very nicely for the traditional anchovies:
Add all the dry ingredients to a small bowl, then stir them together. You can find the recipe for Magickal Seasoning Blend here.
Add all of the liquid ingredients to a small saucepan, and whisk to combine:
Add the dry mixture to the liquid, and whisk until all the clumps are gone:
Bring the sauce to a boil:
Reduce the heat, and simmer for 5 minutes:
Remove from the heat, and allow to cool:
You will need a 15 oz or bigger bottle to hold your Worcestershire sauce. Use a funnel to pour your sauce into the bottle:
My bottle wasn’t quite big enough, but that extra bit is going right into a big pot of “beef” broth! (Be sure to subscribe if you want to get notified when I post the broth recipe!)
You now have amazing vegan and gluten free Worcestershire sauce!
How to Make Vegan Worcestershire Sauce
Make your own vegan and gluten free Worcestershire sauce!
- 0.3 g (1/8 tsp) Black Pepper
- 0.3 g (1/8 tsp) Cardamom
- 0.3 g (1/8 tsp) Cayenne Pepper
- 0.4 g (1/4 tsp) Ginger
- 0.5 g (1/4 tsp) Cloves
- 0.6 g (1/2 tsp) Cinnamon
- 1.0 g (1/2 tsp) Dulse Granules
- 24 g (2 TBS) Magickal Seasoning Blend
- 25 g (2 TBS) Vegan Sugar
- 5.0 g (1 tsp) Dijon Mustard
- 60 g (1/4 c) Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce or A1 Sauce
- 60 g (1/4 c) Reduced-Sodium Tamari Sauce
- 85 g (1/4 c) Molasses
- 120 g (1/2 c) Water
- 180 g (3/4 c) Distilled Vinegar
Add the dry ingredients to a small bowl, and stir to combine.
Add the liquid ingredients to a small (1 1/2 qt) saucepan, and whisk together. Whisk in the dry mixture until all of the clumps are gone.
Bring the sauce to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer for five minutes, stirring occasionally.
Remove from the heat, and allow the sauce to cool.
Use a funnel to pour the sauce into a clean bottle. Close the lid snugly, and store in the fridge. Shake well before each use.