Kinda’ Honey Mustard Recipe

Last week I posted my recipe for an oil and vinegar salad dressing to the blog, so this week I thought I would put up my other recipe I use a lot.  This one is a honey mustard type of salad dressing.

It has over a cup of mayonnaise so be careful with it if you are trying to lose weight.  I do not use this dressing a lot, because of the fat that is in it.  You need fat in your diet, but most mayo is made with soybean oil, which is not the best.

But, the upside to this recipe is it tastes sooo good.  Here is the recipe:

11/4 cup mayonnaise

¼ cup local honey (local honey has the pollens from your area that you are used too)

¼ cup organic yellow mustard

1/3 cup Braggs Organic Apple Cider vinegar

Garlic to taste, I use about a teaspoon of powered garlic.

I just mix all the ingredients in a bowl with a spoon until it is of even consistency.  I keep it in a salad dressing bottle that can be found at a cook ware store.  Store it in the refrigerator and do not keep it to long.  This dressing can go bad if kept to long.

This is a simple recipe that does not take much time to whip up.  I think you will like the taste.  Remember, you can adjust the recipe any way you like to fit your palate.

Hope your garden is growing great.  It has been very hot and dry here all through May and June.  Next time we will talk about growing the garden in a

Great gardening,

Steve Wisley has been gardening organically for over a quarter of a century.  Gardening is a great way to, not only grow great tasting, healthy, chemical free food that is good for your family, but gardening is reconnecting with your soul.  It is getting your hands in the stuff that life is based upon, and it can heal some of hurt you feel inside.  

Steve started this blog to guide others in starting and improving their organic garden to produce healthy, nutritious, great tasting food for their family.  Pick up your copy of the booklet “6 Easy Common Sense Tips To Ban Bugs From Your Garden Without Chemicals”.

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