Homemade Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce

24 Mar

Imagee completely obsessed with dipping. Everything. Into everything. 

  • Pizza into ranch and barbecue
  • Toast into egg yolk, jamand peanut butter
  • French fries into ketchup (Amanda only), BBQ, ranch, honey mustard
  • Sandwiches into soup
  • Fingers into any tasty sauce we can find.

So, basically, we love a good sauce. When we discovered our now favorite restaurant called Crave (on 218 Street in Maadi), we not only discovered an amazing restaurant, but amazing honey mustard. We decided we needed to have it all the time at home, seeing as we can only afford to go to Crave about once a month. 

Also it should be mentioned that Egypt doesn’t really sell honey mustard. Or a lot of basics. (Or if they do sell versions of these basics like honey mustard, ranch and BBQ sauce, they are….not so great. That is why we have also resorted to making our own ranch sauce, using Hidden Valley Ranch packets sent by our families. But that is another entry for another day. Ranch dressing, Brandan and Amanda could be its own novel.)

But anyway. Amanda discovered a honey mustard recipe online, added a few variations and tada! Homemade honey mustard for all of our dipping needs. Most recently, it was used this morning on our “salami, egg, lettuce and gouda” sandwiches.

Honey Mustard Recipe Ingredients: 

  • Four tablespoons mayonnaise
  • One tablespoon yellow mustard
  • One tablespoon worcestershire sauce
  • Three tablespoons honey
  • Dash of sugar

Mix all in a bowl and slather on everything!*



*Probably not so great for our diet. Everything in moderation though…


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