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Maritime Donair Sauce

Rated as 4.96 out of 5 Stars
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"Donair sauce done just like in Atlantic Canada. Long live Greco!"
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Ingredients

1 h 5 m servings 110
Original recipe yields 6 servings (6 (2 tablespoon) servings)

Directions

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  1. Whisk together milk, vinegar, and garlic powder in a bowl. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour before using.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 110 calories; 3 18.7 2.7 12 43 Full nutrition

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this is the one!! made it last night and it was perfect. the can of sweetened condensed milk was 300 ml, so we doubled the batch by adding a full teaspoon of garlic powder and then gradually whi...

I put a full can (300ml) of sweetened cond milk, half cup of vinegar and teaspoon of garlic. PERFECTTTTTTTT!!!!! I thought the recipe was too simple to be correct but holy lard jumpin jeezis it ...

This is the recipe I have used for years...the last time we went to PEI we had "real" donair sauce and realized the stuff I make at home is better--because there is no sugar needed by using swee...

Bang on, true East Coast perfection! If you chill it for 30min prior to eating it gets even thicker!

Not ever having anything like this to compare the sauce with, we loved it. I made 'Donair' from AR and used this sauce to top the meat/veggie/pita combination. The sauce was made in the mornin...

Made it exactly like the recipe and it was delicious, creamy, full of garlic-y goodness

So easy and it takes exactly like at the donair shop. We will definitely make again - and we will never have to buy donair sauce!

Tastes like home! They don't make Donaire sauce like this in Ontario!

So easy to make and tasted just like the stuff from Nova Scotia. I followed the recipe exactly and will definitely make it again. Now to find a recipe on how to make the spicy donair meat.