Recipe by NANCI RENN
"This is a great dipping sauce for chicken, meatballs, whatever. It's even good on baked potatoes."
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1 1/2 cups
prepared Dijon-style mustard
I used the comments of others, and used this recipe as a base. I was making this for my children (and I am partial to the bright yellow, very sweet kind myself). So ... I used 1/4 c. yellow mustard, 1/2 cup of honey, and only 1/2 c. of mayonnaise. It was PERFECT!
This seemed to have too much mayo and being that I almost never follow a recipe exactly anyway, I played with it until I got what I was looking for. I started with a honey mustard and then added the mayo a little at a time until it looked right. I then added in my honey and just kept tasting along the way. The end result was really wonderful and I served this with fried cheddar cheese sticks. Thanks Nanci!
This is great.It is just like the Honey Mustard that you get in a lot of resturants.I used the recipe as written.
I used 1 cup mayo, 1/2 cup mustard, 1/4 cup light corn syrup, 1/2 cup honey and 1 TBLS dried onion flakes...very tasty and will make this again. Love dipping my french fries or "breaded chicken fingers" (also found on this site) in this sauce.
Exactly what I was looking for: a sweet honey mustard that's the next best thing to restaurant quality. I prefer sweet honey mustard dressings/dips to the heavily mustard based kind, and this one is perfect. I did, however, feel the receipe as written was a little too mayonnaise-y. I added a few extra tablespoons of mustard and honey (tasting all the way) until I got to more of what I had in mind. I will definitely make this again.
When Hubs and I are in Naples, FL, we like to fully take advantage of Stone Crab Claw season which runs from Oct.-May. We love the mustard sauce they're served with but when we stay in and eat them I now know I can make a darn good mustard sauce of my own with this recipe. No criticism of the recipe, necessarily, that our preference was with a little less mayonnaise and honey - I reduced the amount of both by about 1/3, along with adding just a dash of Worcestershire to give it a rounded depth of flavor. Ex -cell-ent. And a darned shame we're at the tail end of the Stone Crab Claw season.
I'm rating this recipe a 4 star for only the idea of all 3 ingredients put together. I did take the advice of another reviewer, because it just seemed like there would be way too much mayo in the original, and I didn't want it to come out tasting too much like mayo. I used 1/4 c. regular yellow mustard, 1/2 c. honey and 1/2 c. mayo. Came out perfect. :o)
This sauce was okay, but way too much mayo. Half or Third the mayo for much better texture and taste. Udate: I tried Honey Mustard Dressing II from this site and found that the ratios listed were perfect!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Mustard Sauce
Serving Size: 1/18 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 18
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 131
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