If you crave some Chick Fil a Polynesian sauce recipe, but can't get it for some reason, you'll love this copycat recipe for Polynesian sauce.
If one of your favorite sauces is the Chick fil a polynesian sauce, you'll love this copycat recipe you can make in your home.
As far as easy recipes go, this sauce couldn't be easier or quicker to make. You just need to round up a few simple ingredients and combine them and this delicious sweet and sour sauce is ready to eat.
What is Polynesian sauce?
Polynesian sauce has a sweet and tangy flavor and you can find it at the restaurant Chick fil a.
Here are the ingredients listed on the chick-fil-a.com website.
"Soybean oil, sugar, BBQ sauce (tomato paste, corn syrup, vinegar, natural hickory smoke flavor, caramel color, spices, garlic*, onion*, natural flavor, oleoresin paprika), water, yellow mustard (distilled vinegar, water, mustard seed, salt, turmeric [color], paprika, spice, garlic*), distilled vinegar, egg yolk, salt, tomato paste, cider vinegar, lemon juice concentrate, mustard flour, oleoresin turmeric [color], natural smoke flavor, xanthan gum, caramel color, natural flavor, garlic*, onion*, calcium disodium EDTA added to protect flavor, chili powder [chili pepper, spice, salt, garlic]). *dehydrated"
Now, our recipe doesn't have all these ingredients. It is just a few simple ingredients.
What to Use Polynesian Sauce for?
Polynesian sauce is delicious for dipping various items in. Here are our favorites:
- Chicken Nuggets
- French Fries or Crisscut Fries
Chick fil a polynesian sauce is also great to use as a glaze over a recipe such as chicken.
You can store any leftovers in an airtight container in your refrigerator.
½ cup Catalina dressing
1 ½ tbs apple cider vinegar
3 ½ tbs honey
How to Make Polynesian sauce?
Step 1: Add the Catalina dressing, apple cider vinegar, and honey into a mixing bowl. Mix everything together well.
Step 2: Enjoy this Polynesian sauce as a dip or glaze over a dish.
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