Maybe you haven't heard of donair sauce before – that's ok – I forgive you! 😉 lol
Yesterday I shared with you how to make The Famous Atlantic Canadian “Halifax Donair” and so today I give you the awesome recipe for the special sauce that goes with it. 🙂
Donair sauce is a popular deliciously creamy and sweet garlic sauce that many East Coast Canadians like to use as a dip for cheesy garlic fingers (like garlic bread) or on our famous Donairs.
I grew up an East Coaster in New Brunswick and I remember eating many many donairs as a kid.
Now that I live in Toronto it's very difficult to find a proper donair so I'm so happy to be able to make them at home!
I hope you enjoy the recipe below!Print
- 10 oz (300 ml) sweetened condensed milk
- 1/4 cup vinegar
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- Stir together all ingredients until thick. You might find that stirring it with a fork works best or you can use a stand mixer or electric mixer.
- You can use this right away but it tastes the best if it sits overnight in the fridge.
- Use as a topping for East Coast Canadian Halifax Donairs or garlic fingers!
- Category: Sauce
- Cuisine: Canadian