Here’s a simple hot honey recipe that takes only minutes to prepare and it’s super delicious. You'll want to drizzle it on anything - and I mean anything!
No need to buy it at the market when you can make this at home. You probably already have all the ingredients and you only need a few minutes to whip this up.
I created this recipe to drizzle over my roasted cabbage and it is so damn good, I had to create a post just for the honey. You will want to drizzle this stuff over anything, and I mean ANYTHING.
HEAT THE CRUSHED RED PEPPER
I like to add the crushed red pepper into the pan for a few seconds to heat it up. This will kick up the heat just a tiny bit. I only do it for about 30 seconds. Don’t burn them. Of course, if you just want to add the crushed red pepper into the honey, that’s fine. Trust me, either way you will get some heat.
CAN THIS BE ANY SIMPLER? NO, IT CAN’T.
Heat the honey and crushed red pepper until you start to see a ring of tiny bubbles form around the inside of your pan. That means the honey is hot. Remove from the heat and let it sit for a few minutes to infuse.
Don't keep cooking it or it will harden when cooled. We just want to loosen it up.
Add the Dijon mustard and apple cider vinegar. Stir it in.
THAT’S IT! YOU NOW HAVE HOT HONEY
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- ½ cup honey
- 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
- 2 teaspoons dijon mustard I like to use whole grain
- 3 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
- In a small saucepan, add the crushed red pepper and heat just for a few seconds to get it going. Add the honey and heat just until it loosens up and you start to see tiny bubbles form on the inside rim of the pan.
- Remove from heat.
- Stir in the Dijon mustard and apple cider vinegar. I like to use the whole grain mustard to add some texture.
- Drizzle over anything you want to make sweet and spicy.
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