I moved to Idaho last year from VA and it has not been easy to find DFS. In my search, I came across this recipe clone and decided to make it. Since the original uses white vinegar, I decided to use 1/4 C white and 1/4 C balsamic. I think you could successfully use all white vinegar and it would not affect the results. It would certainly more closely resemble the color of the original. I have uploaded a photo so you can see color and results with the change I made. It has a good thickness. The little "lumps" you see are just from the whisk that I tapped on the edge of the pot to get every last bit. It's actually very smooth. I also used only 1 TBSP of salt, and since I didn't have regular mustard on hand, I used Dijon. That might have also contributed to the darker color. I needed Durkee for (believe it or not) a bread machine recipe that I haven't made in ages. I can't wait to make it tomorrow. Thanks so much for this recipe, Susie in Texas!!
as a durkees fan stuck in north country, i was THRILLED to find this recipe. I had an important event i was making wings for, so never having tried this recipe, i followed this recipe to a T. it came out tasting like straight vinegar. DISGUSTING! I will post a modified recipe if i can get one to taste like actual durkees sauce!
thanks for posting! durkee sauce is getting to be very hard to find these days. try this on the side as a "dipping" sauce for club sandwiches. that's the way my dad (who introduced me to this delicious sauce) always ate this.
LOVE THIS RECIPE!! I use it on everything. I used to used the Durkee meatloaf mix and can no longer find it in stores. I have to order all durkee packages by mail. The meatloaf is AMAZING! I wish i didnt have to mail order seasoning packaets but its worth it.
Thank You For This! I have been looking for quite a while for this sauce, and this recipe is even BETTER than the original!!! Jeff--
Thank you for posting this recipe. I haven't tried it yet but I will. I'm a Southerner living in California and it's very hard to find my favorite ingredient for deviled eggs and chicken salad. Now I have a back up. Thank you.