Guest Blog – Francois’ Sweet Mustard Sauce

I love dipping my food in condiments….I love all sauces, dips, and dressings, but my favourite is a honey mustard sauce. After seeing Chef Karen from Guvon Academy making her Father’s Sweet Mustard Sauce on #GrootFM, I literally begged her for the recipe.  What I love about this sauce is that there is no Honey in this recipe – but resembles the flavour of honey mustard!

Thanks to Chef Karen for sharing her family recipe, you can say hello to the easiest, most versatile dip you will probably ever make. Sure, you can go out and buy Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce at the store, but this homemade version is the best I’ve tasted. I dipped everything from chicken strips to bread fingers in it ….this sauce really just goes well with so many different foods.

What is a Honey mustard sauce?  It is the most incredible sweet, tangy, and creamy sauce made from simple ingredients such as mustard, vinegar, and condensed milk . It takes only a few minutes to make and can be used several ways. Once you make a batch you’ll likely want to smear a little sauce on just about everything!

Now you too can enjoy it at home! A simple recipe that is really, really good and actually very easy & it will be the only honey mustard you will even need.  What more could you ask for??

Francois’ Sweet Mustard Sauce

Yield:  10 porsies
Prep time: 15 min
Ready in: 10 min


  • 1 bottle B-well Creamy mayo
  • 2 tablespoons Dijon Mustard
  • 1 tablespoon full grain mustard
  • ¼ cup lemon juice
  • ¼ cup vinegar
  • Seasoning (salt & pepper to taste)
  • ½ tin Condensed Milk

Watch Chef Karen in Action here


  1. Add all the ingredients & season to taste
  2. Whisk together with a hand mixer
  3. Chill in fridge for an hour
  4. Serve with your favourite dish


There are many ways to enjoy this recipe. One obvious way is to serve it as a dipping sauce with chicken, but don’t stop there; consider these other options.

  • a dip for fresh vegetables
  • a spread for wraps and sandwiches
  • dressing for chicken salad
  • dressing for green salads
  • a glaze or sauce for grilled or roasted meats

For a healthier option you can add yogurt instead of mayonnaise or when you want to use it as a salad dressing.
This tasty sauce should definitely be stored in the refrigerator. I won’t suggest you keeping the sauce for more than 4-5 days.

Seriously, though. It’s just as delicious and tangy sounding as that tastes. It is time to start dipping… or drizzling over everything and anything.

Blog by:
Marie- Rose (Guvon Hotels & Spas guest blogger)

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