Honey Dill Sauce | The absolute best dip for french fries and chicken fingers! This simple but flavor-packed dip requires just three easily accessible ingredients. Five minutes to mix it up, and you'll be dipping french fries, chicken fingers, whatever you desire! Perfect on the side of a weeknight meal or for a party.
You're probably going to want to turn your oven on right now because once you mix together this 5-minute dip, you'll want to dip something in it immediately! I promise.
Have you ever had honey dill sauce? It's a deliciously simple mix of mayonnaise, honey, and dill.
And it was 'invented' in my hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The story of how it came to be was something I learned after doing a bit of research on honey dill sauce. I had no idea that it was made up by a restaurant owner in my hometown (Love the restaurant too - Mitzi's if you're interested. The link is to their Facebook page, I don't think they have a website. Have the chicken fingers if you go there.)
Anyway, I think the story goes that the couple went out for dinner one night and ate a dip that they couldn't stop thinking about later. Upon trying to recreate it, they accidentally created this sauce. I'm so glad they did. (I've read their recipe uses dried mustard and lemon. I keep mine to the three main ingredients. I like it that way.)
How to Make Honey Dill Sauce
To make this recipe, you simply mix together the right ratio of mayonnaise, honey and dried dill. It's ready immediately. Refrigerate if not using right away.
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Questions About Making Honey Dill Sauce
Is this exactly the same as Mitzi's?
No, I think they use mustard powder and lemon in theirs.
Honey Dill Sauce
- 1 cup mayo
- ¼ cup honey
- 1 tablespoon dried dill
- salt and pepper
- Place all ingredients in a small bowl and mix together with a whisk or fork. Keep refrigerated.
Nutritional information is an estimate. Values vary based on products used.