Strawberry Honey Sauce
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- Warm the honey in a small saucepan over low heat, stirring until thin but not hot.
- Remove from heat and add lemon juice and strawberries.
- Stir until blended, cover and let stand at room temeperature until ready to serve.
- Note: The sauce will keep covered in the fridge for 2 to 3 days.
- Allow to reach room temperature before serving.
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Wonderful! I had to increase the recipe by a lot, because I had gazoodles of strawberries that were teetering on the edge of starting to go bad ... so I think I may have blown the ratio of strawberries to honey to lemon juice. But all three flavors are clearly present, and are absolutely delicious. I had to pull myself away from the bowl to make sure there'd be enough for tonight. We'll serve this on nonfat yogurt cheese, and it'll be terrific (since I already know how great it tastes). Thanks so much for posting this!
This sauce is wonderful! I did sweeten my strawberries before using in the recipe because others had stated that this recipe was not sweet. We do like a sweet syrup on our pancakes. The result was delicious and I know this strawberry sauce will be a grand slam served over our pancakes this morning! Thanks, Paula, for another wonderful recipe!
I made this up this morning using some strawberries I'd had macerating for a couple of days. Because the strawberries had been macerating, they were on the sweeter side and made a delicious sauce with the honey and slightly less lemon juice than called for (I used 2 tablespoonsful). Topping pancakes, this was delicious and shockingly red!
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