Honey glazes are one of those “dynamic” types of food that can change the flavour of an otherwise bland dish.
They can also add an extra dimension to a dish if it’s done with a special ingredient.
They’re often described as “honey mustard” or “huey glaze”, although they’re often referred to by other names too.
Honey glazed meats are a classic example of this, as are chicken fingers, shrimp, lobster, crab, beef ribs and beef chuck.
They are usually eaten in salads or steamed, and are often made from honey.
You can make your own honey glaze with a few ingredients.
To make honey glazed salmon, use honey mustard or honey garlic salmon.
Honey garlic salmon is a slightly more complex glaze that can be made with more of a honey base.
For beef ribs, add garlic to the glaze and garlic powder to the salmon.
For salmon, add onion to the sauce and lemon juice.
Try it out.
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