This is a delicious sauce for ham or fried chicken that makes a real difference from your usual dipping sauces. Easy enough for any night of the week.
I followed this recipe a little. I used 3Tbsp sugar and 1 large Tbsp cornflour mixed them together in a bowl. I had no powder so when following wet ingredient recipe of two yolks and 1 cup of milk I added a good amount of American mustard. I did add more once the dry and wet ingredients were thickening until it tasted good. I didn't add the vinegar instead using a mix of boiled water from cabbage and leeks and carrots as the sauce co tongued to thicken - 01 Oct 2016
Good recipe for a sauce that complements everything from eggs to kielbasa, etc. The only change I made was to use apple cider vinegar (all I had) and the sauce was delish. The only bit of advice I have to share is to not make this right before the company shows up - it fills the house with a vinegar smell as it comes to a boil...I was scrambling to be rid of the odor :-) - 20 Dec 2004 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Great sauce Laurie! I made it as written, except I substituted white vinegar for tarragon vinegar, because that's what we had here. Awesome on ham! - 12 Jun 2006 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)