If you're a fan of the Food Network or have opinions on spiked hair, then you probably know Guy Fieri.
The star behind "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" (now 10 years in the running) is known for his taste in greasy food, his ability to catapult restaurants into popularity with a single visit, and, of course, his signature Donkey Sauce.
Though it's all over the menus at Fieri's restaurants, the recipe for the creamy, yellow-hued Donkey Sauce has long been shrouded in secrecy.
But in an interview recently published on Thrillist, Fieri finally revealed what Donkey Sauce actually is...
It's just aioli! 😂😂
YEP. Aioli — or basically, a mixture of extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and egg yolk — is a sauce you can whip up in any ol' kitchen.
Some people were shook:
While others were left pondering the reality of the rest of Flavortown:
In the same interview, Fieri also revealed he lived in France as a teenager, where he “studied life.”
He's also into self-improvement books...
...and ~staying grounded~.
For more, read the entire interview with Guy Fieri on Thrillist.
Not really, anyone who takes something called Donkey Sauce seriously needs to chill.Whaaaaat — I always thought there was a special ingredient in there that made it taste so good.TBH, I've never heard of or tried Donkey Sauce.
Here's What Guy Fieri's Donkey Sauce Is Actually Made Out Of
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Are you surprised Donkey Sauce is just aioli?
vote votesNot really, anyone who takes something called Donkey Sauce seriously needs to chill.
vote votesWhaaaaat — I always thought there was a special ingredient in there that made it taste so good.
vote votesTBH, I've never heard of or tried Donkey Sauce.