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Margaret's Honey Mustard

Rated as 4.7 out of 5 Stars
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"This is a honey mustard sauce with a hot twang. Enjoy with your favorite chicken tenders recipe."
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Ingredients

5 m servings 414
Original recipe yields 8 servings

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 414 calories; 43.9 6.4 0.7 21 356 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

I measured ingredients at first but found it needs twice as much honey and mustard the recipe calls for. Overall it was good. I think i will thin it out with a lil lemon juice next time.

Most helpful critical review

i didnt have cayenne so i added a teaspoon of sriacha sauce. i put this on pork chops that were cooking on the grill. i would cut the mayo back by at least half and up the mustard. it wasnt real...

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I measured ingredients at first but found it needs twice as much honey and mustard the recipe calls for. Overall it was good. I think i will thin it out with a lil lemon juice next time.

I absolutely love this honey mustard sauce! i made it to dip chicken tenders in and it was delicious. it tasted like the kind they use at ruby tuesdays (which i find to have the best honey musta...

This was tasty and easy. I love it with cayenne, but to please my two year old I sometimes use black pepper instead. Also, I like it with much more mustard and honey.

THIS RECIPE IS EXCELLENT, SIMPLE EASY AND JUST GREAT! I USED LIGHT MAYO AND ADDED A LITTLE MORE HONEY AND A LITTLE MOR MUSTARD FOR COLOR...EASY ON THE CAYENNE, BECAUSE IT WILL SET ANYTHING ON FI...

I loved this! Thanks!

So easy and delicious! I used dijon-style mustard. Perfect for my chicken strips!

i didnt have cayenne so i added a teaspoon of sriacha sauce. i put this on pork chops that were cooking on the grill. i would cut the mayo back by at least half and up the mustard. it wasnt real...

I cut this down to make 1 serving (1/4 cup). You can play around with this one to make to your liking. Used this in "Aaron's Missouri Burgers" from this site. Great recipe.

this was pretty good... i found that ALFANN02 was right... you surely need to double the mustard and honey... i didnt have cayenne pepper so i used black pepper as someone recommended as well as...