This study performed physicochemical characteristics and sensory tests on brown sauce with different Salicornia herbacea L. (saltwort) content to find the best brown sauce recipe with saltwort. Moisture content increased with greater saltwort extract content. There was significant (p<0.001) pH difference with saltwort content. There was also significant (p<0.001) sweetness difference in the samples and sweetness increased with greater saltwort content. Viscosity measured at 20℃ and 60℃ was significantly (p<0.001) lower with greater saltwort content. The brightness of brown sauce containing saltwort extracts significantly (p<0.001) increased with greater saltwort content and its redness and yellowness usually decreased. SPS4 with the greatest saltwort content showed the highest value of 4.25% and DPPH radical removal increased significantly (p<0.001) with greater saltwort content. In the sensory test, the color value was lowest at 4.82 with BSL1 and the flavor value was lowest at 5.00 with BSL0, the control group. The taste and the flavor values were highest with BSL2 with 2% saltwort content. Overall acceptance was highest with BSL3, the brown sauce with 3% saltwort content, at 6.09. As a result, it was concluded that the brown sauce with 3% saltwort content was most suitable. Therefore, this study concluded that saltwort with various functions could be used for food and may be used to replace salt and have other functions in brown sauce, a popular sauce consumed in Korea.