Donair sauce is as east coast as it gets. This sweet, sour, garlicky sauce is used for many east coast delicacies including The Donair, Garlic Fingers, and.. well thats really it. But it’s delicious and is so easy to make.
What is a donair?
The Halifax Donair is a dish of legend. Basically a donair is pita stuffed with thinly sliced, heavily spiced, beef that is cooked on a rotating spit. It is then topped with onions, tomatoes, and this wonderful white sauce which is brilliantly named, donair sauce.
What is Donair Sauce?
Donair sauce is a mixture of evaporated milk, white vinegar, garlic powder, sugar, and salt. Simply mix all of those ingredients together, allow them to curdle, then slowly stir. That is it. Might sound a little strange if you have never tried, but I am telling you.. Dip a garlic finger into that sauce and tell me that isn’t a perfect bite of food. Oh by the way, check out my homemade garlic finger recipe here.
Donair saucePrint Recipe
- 1 can evaporated milk
- 3/4 cup white sugar
- 3 tsp garlic powder
- 6 tbs white vinegar
- In a bowl mix together the evaporated milk, sugar, garlic powder. Next add in the white vinegar a tablespoon at a time. Do not stir immediately. Let the milk curdle slightly, and then gently stir after 3 minutes. This is all about making the sauce nice and creamy. Thats it! Enjoy!