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Honey-Mustard Dipping Sauce

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Does anyone have a recipe for Honey-Mustard Dipping Sauce suitable for chicken?
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I don't have a recipe, I just combine a little honey, a little dijon, some olive oil and sherry vinegar with a pinch of salt until combined.  Voila

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Taste as you go along with the additions of flavors................

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post #4 of 12

I like a mixture of grain mustard and dijon, a touch of cider vinegar, honey, s+p.  It really makes a big difference if you use good quality mustard/honey. 

 

Like the others said, it really comes down to your personal preference. Maple and mayo are both a good addition as well, just modify the amount of honey. 

post #5 of 12

1/2 cup yellow mustard ( generic is fine)

 

1/3 cup honey

1/3 cup light corn syrup

1/3 cup mayo

 

Makes a great hone-mustard dipping sauce like they serve in lots of restaurants.  I love it on salmon.
 

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I never thought of adding mayo, is it good?

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I never thought of adding mayo, is it good?

Yes it is very good, It reminds me of the honey mustard sauce that Subway has.

 

I use it on allot of things, chicken, fries, burgers, and  fish

post #8 of 12

I also add mayo, adds a creaminess and cuts the sharpness of the mustard.

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Yes it is very good, It reminds me of the honey mustard sauce that Subway has.

 

I use it on allot of things, chicken, fries, burgers, and  fish

 

I did it yesterday, I added mayo.  Very good indeed! 

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1/2 cup yellow mustard ( generic is fine)

 

1/3 cup honey

1/3 cup light corn syrup

1/3 cup mayo

 

Makes a great hone-mustard dipping sauce like they serve in lots of restaurants.  I love it on salmon.
 

If you added to this recipe :Horseradish, Worcestershire sauce, Dijon and a teaspoon of dry mustard ,  lemon juice , omit the corn syrup , you would have a great dipping sauce for seafood.

 

I know , I know....chicken.

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great recipe.... thanks , i will definitely try at home.. biggrin.gif
post #12 of 12

1/2 yellow   1/2 brown mustard   honey, corn syrup  dash brown sugar  little lemon juice or vineagar, couple spoons mayo   blend all thoroughly and chill  . Great with chicken, pork, beef,

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