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Very good. I'm sure I will make this one again...
This recipe makes a perfect Honey Mustard Dressing. I followed the recipe exactly and found it a little thin, so I put it in the blender and drizzled some Canola oil in while running and it thickened up nicely. I also found the oil rounded out the flavors and gave the dressing a nice mouth feel.
I serve this alongside my baked chicken tenders and usually have to make a second batch. The kids just love it! Maybe I'll just double it and save myself some time, lol!
Very good honey mustard dressing. We had it on turkey and also used it on salad. Ummmm
My baby started crying so I only added the first four ingredients and totally skipped the seasonings, except I added 1 crushed clove of freash garlic instead of the garlic powder. It was so delicious, and my baby was so fussy, that I used it as it was. I'm sure it's great with the seasonings since the base is so good. Thanks for posting.
Mmmmmm.... really good. Had to make some slight variations due to what I had on hand and it was still GREAT! Will surely make again.
My only thought was this was not as mustard-y as I hoped, but I think that was my fault not the recipe. I used Spectrum Oragnic mayo and it was powerful! So then I added MORE mustard (spicy brown, honey, dijon and dry) to try to get the mustard to compete. It didn't work as I imagined. I LOVE the celery seed and I used Bragg cider vinegar. Even though it wasn't what I wanted, the people I served it too complimented it :) So really, you can't go wrong!!! Thanks!
Very tasty salad dressing. Used apple cider vinegar. Didn't find that it turned tart in the frig. Thanks for the recipe!
This is seriously good salad dressing, way better than any store bought. I used apple cider vinegar and thought that went very well with the rest of the flavors. Thanks!
I think next time I make it I will use a little less vinegar but everyone liked it anyway! THANKS!