Looking at the other reviews, it seemed that to get good results with this recipe I needed to skip the vinegar which I did. The dressing was a bit thick actually so maybe for a dipping sauce skip the vinegar but if you use it as a dressing add it in. The flavor was great. Just the right combination of tangy and sweet.
Oct 23, 2013
Shell1 Member since: April 30, 2010
Pretty good. A little strong, needs more honey I think.
Jul 13, 2013
I made this exactly as it says and it was very good. Served it with homemade chicken fingers.
Jul 7, 2013
Skipped the vinegar and it tasted good and had a good consistency.
Sep 29, 2008
I added 2 more Tab. Honey and dropped the sour cream( I was out of it) and poured it over my Pork tenderloin That I was baking. I pricked the roast and poured it over top. I then baked it for another 1/2 hour. Yummy!!!
Apr 24, 2007
leave out the vinegar and this dressing is great! The vinegar made it too runny and detracted from the overall flavor I was trying to achieve.
Oct 15, 2006
PERFECT WITHOUT THE VINEGAR
Aug 29, 2006
Good basic recipe. If you want it a little thicker cut back on the mayo or sour cream and vinegar. I used rice wine vinegar instead of white vinegar. If you want it a little hotter put a 1/4 teaspoon of powered mustard in. Use a dijon mustard instead of salad mustard.
Jan 20, 2006
This tastes very good, but it is too thin/runny. I wonder if there is a way to thicken it up. I used French's mustard; maybe dry mustard would be better.
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