Recipe by DPAPEL
"A great dressing, which if you skip the mayo can be used as a sauce for baking chicken"
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This was a fantastic recipe! It was easy, tasty, and colorful. I only made a few changes, regarding sweetness. I reduced the soy sauce to two teaspoons, because I felt it to be too overpowering. Also, I added about a teaspoon or so of white sugar (again, because of the soy sauce), and a few spoons of extra mayo. For color... I was definitely not shy with the dill, I added quite a bit extra.
I was disappointed with this recipe. Soy sauce does not go well with this dressing. It's too salty and smell !
This dressing was easy and delicious. I used only 1 T of soy sauce and a little less dill. Was great over greens w/ dried cranberries and walnuts!
I liked it, but next time I probably wont put the soy sauce in.Other than that, good recipe!
I made this today to accompany my cajun chicken, swiss, and bacon sandwich and it was delicious! I mixed creole mustard and yellow mustard together for a great combination. I will definately try this again.
Excellent recipe! Although I was not brave enough to add the entire 2 TBS of soy sauce. I added only 1 tsp. As good as any restaraunt dressing, and so easy to prepare! Can't beat that. Next time for more kick will probably use a dijon mustard.
I used this on a spinach salad and it was very good. I used some leftover sauce on my chicken and it was great with that as well. I even left out the mayo to cut out the fat and it still worked well.
A keeper. I didn't modify it a bit.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Mustard Dressing I
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 102
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