Honey Mustard Salad Dressing
For a balanced blend of sweet and sour, honey mustard salad dressing does the trick. These easy recipes use spicy, whole grain, and Dijon mustard to create several different styles of honey mustard salad dressing. Try it as a dipping sauce for skewers or salmon, too.
Spoon this zippy sauce over grilled or broiled pork chops or chicken breasts.
Grilled turkey cutlets make a delicious salad when tossed with apple, walnuts, and greens. Better yet, this main-dish salad can be ready in 20 minutes.
A sweet-and-tangy dressing tops salad greens in this simple side-dish salad. If you like, add fruit to the mix.
Give traditional coleslaw a twist by adding fruit and topping it off with delicious homemade honey-mustard dressing.
Kale, spinach, romaine or iceberg would all work well as the base for this crunchy green salad.
This quick-to-fix honey-mustard dressing is the perfect addition to any salad.
This hearty main-dish salad is topped with a warm, easy-to-make, honey-mustard dressing. Tuck leftovers in whole wheat pita bread for lunch.
Make this warmed salad as a side dish for roasted meat or chicken. The dressing brings tang and the baconlike pancetta adds a salty flavor. Add the feta, and the blend is mouthwatering.
Enjoy the crunch of celery, apples and toasted walnuts in this light main-dish salad.
Serve these crispy nuggets with one sauce or all three.
If your summer days are filled with activities, add this main-dish pasta salad to your menu plan. Make it early in the day or the night before and chill it until serving time. The honey-mustard dressing is fantastic with the chicken, pasta, and veggies.
A piquant honey-mustard dressing and a sprinkle of nuts update this picnic favorite.
It's been said that fresh fruit is nature's candy--and with good reason. Fruit is sweet and delicious, colorfully wrapped, and doesn't require much dressing up to become an elegant dessert. While pies, tarts and cobblers all have their place, to truly savor the natural flavors of strawberries, melon, grapes and other fresh-picked "candies," you need look no further than how to make fruit salad.
Once you learn how to cook a honey-glazed ham in your own kitchen you'll find it's just as easy to make one at home as it is to make the trip to a specialty store for a pre-sliced ham with a packet of glaze. What's more, you'll find the homemade version is considerably less expensive.