"Smoky meets sweet-and-spicy. Keeps well and has lots of creative uses: use as a dipping sauce, salad dressing, or drizzle on burgers." — cheffjeff
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ancho chile powder
rice wine vinegar
Wow! What a great sauce. It was easy to make and was absolutely wonderful. I didn't have any ancho chili powder so I used Chipolte Chili Powder. It carried a pretty big kick. Ancho might not be as spicy so I would probably cut back a little of the chili powder if i were to use chipolte again. I made to use with chicken tenders but decided to make into a spinach salad with tenders on the top and used the sauce as a dressing. Awww...it was so good. Used white corn and black beans as a side. WTG cheffjeff
Great taste. Looked everywhere for ground anco and couldn't find it (even in specialty markets) but substituted paprika and it worked. I have some whole dried anchos that I'll grind up for next time when I have more time.
This tasted very sharp to me, so I had to thin it out with Ranch dressing, and then it was WONDERFUL as a sauce for sweet potato fries! Thanks for the recipe!
i replaced the honey with tai red chili paste because i wanted it a little spicy with the sweet, excellent recipe!
I've never been a fan of honey mustard, but adding the chili powder was great. I served this with a baked chicken nugget recipe on this site too. Great match.
This a great sauce, versatile as a salad dressing or dipping sauce.
I used as dressing for salad, and as a dip for mushrooms and bread. Straight up delicious.
Truly a sweet-meets-heat item. The chipotle powder gives it a great smokiness and heat, balanced by the sweetness of the honey. It took three days to use up the sauce, and the heat definitely increased each day--which is great since I enjoy food with a kick.
One of the best things about this is you can distinctly tell as a dressing this is fresh--the taste is absent the distinct flavor of preservatives and artificial components of commercially made dressings. Awesome.
Super easy to make. 5 minutes tops, and you have a natural and low-calorie dressing with great flavor...
I love sauces and dips that are flavorful and versatile! I used this sauce to accompany the Chicken Nut Puffs appetizer and it was delicious! This sauce also freezes well, so I just take it down the night before I need it and serve it with our appetizers. Great recipe!
Great on ham! Added some dill for extra flavor and color. Will make again for sure!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ancho Honey Mustard Sauce
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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