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Because almost all food items are shipped in by boat or airplane, and because the island we live on is only about 48 square miles, our access to things I’d consider ‘comfort food’ (and even pantry staples) is limited at best!
Jord came up with a copycat Chick Fil A sauce recipe awhile back that has become one of our ‘taste of home’ go-to’s. Since it’s yummy paired with just about everything (including chicken, and also fish… and rice… even veggies), I thought I’d share the recipe here.
1 c mayonaise
1/4 c mustard
3 Tbs honey
1/3 c barbeque sauce
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp white pepper
1/4 tsp salt
Whisk together and serve as dipping sauce with fondue, chicken, as a spread on sandwiches, etc. Our favorite pairing (for sure!) is with the lime and coconut crusted chicken– YUM!
Awesome taste exact to me basted ribs with it
This is absolutely amazing!! However chickfila sauce and honey roasted barbecue are two different sauces!
Merrideth- you know your chick fil a sauces. You know how they’re similar? This one is probably closest to actual chick fil a sauce (the descriptors or just there for those not quite so acquainted with chick fil a). 😉
What kind of BBQ sauce did you use?
Hey Quincy- I honestly don’t remember. Nothing special, just bottled BBQ sauce. Sorry that’s not more specific. 😉
Thanks so much for this recipe! You saved me the multiple trips to chick fil a just to get this sauce haha!
If we had a chickfila close by, we’d make multiple trips. 😉 But this will do in a pinch… 😉
Shannon hart says
Great job..so good
We left the USA two years ago and really miss Chick Fil A. I have made the chicken with another recipe and found the crinkle cut chips at Costco and your sauce is the finishing touch!
Fiona, LOVE this. It’s funny how much being able to make the food you love helps with homesickness, right???
Chase's mom says
I am so happy i found this!! It is spot on and i love tgat it made such a big batch of it!
So glad it was helpful! Sometimes you just need chickfila sauce right??? 😉
Spot on! As a Southern, raised on Chik fi la, I’m addicted to these sauces. I added a tablespoon of hot mustard to your mix for a bit more kick.
I love this Elizabeth! I am back in the land of ChickFilA (so lucky) and don’t make my own nearly as often anymore, but I love your suggestion of adding hot mustard! 😉
Wow!! Dead on the same.
I did not use white pepper (did not have any) but black pepper worked fine. Will save this one.
Saw other recipes that had a lot of ingredients and seemed like a pain to make. This one was simple and taste great. I halved the recipe though.
Glad it worked, Scott! We are living overseas again with no access to ChickFilA and I need to start making this recipe again. 😉