Things You’ll Need:
1/2 cup Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip
1/4 cup liquid honey
About 1 tsp. Dill
Step1Add the half cup mayonnaise or Miracle Whip and the quarter cup honey into the bowl. Stir until the mixture becomes slightly opaque, as if you could almost see through it.
Step2Add the one tsp. of Dill. Mix until blended. The mixture should be slightly see through, and you should be able to see the flecks of dill all the way through out. If it is not light enough, more honey can be added. The mixture should be a pale caramel color.
Step3If you like, you can refrigerate for about a half hour, as letting it sit lets the flavors come together. If you want to use it right away, then do! Just dollop on your plate or in a bowl for serving the family.
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Have you ever heard of honey dill sauce?
Oh yeah, sure I have, and I like it.
Oh yeah, sure I have, but I really don't care for it.
I've heard of it but haven't tried it, though I'd like to.
I've heard of it but never tried it, and I have no intention of ever trying it.
I've never heard of it, sounds intriguing.
I've never heard of it, and it doesn't sound like something I'd like.
With what do you use honey dill sauce?
Chicken fingers or nuggets
On chicken burgers
With french (freedom) fries
On a hot dog
Other, please specify in comments
I've never tried honey dill sauce
On a German Shepherd and Siamese Sandwich
In place of bug spray