|Place of origin||Canada|
|Region or state||Winnipeg, Manitoba|
|Main ingredients||Mayonnaise, honey, and dried dill.|
|Cookbook: Honey dill sauce Media: Honey dill sauce|
Honey dill is a condiment consisting of honey, mayonnaise, and dried dill that is unique to Manitoba, Canada. It is often used as a dipping sauce for chicken fingers as well sweet potato fries. The sauce was invented mistakenly when a popular local diner located in downtown Winnipeg that specialized in chicken fingers and its owner had tried to copy a different recipe by taste from another restaurant. The accidental sauce was so popular at the restaurant that it took off locally in the province. President's Choice marketed a brand nationally, however sales outside Manitoba were too slow. Today most production is done by a local Winnipeg producer or in-house at restaurants.
- David Sanderson (January 25, 2014). "A Manitoba mistake: Honey dill sauce is strange and it's zesty... and it's ours". Winnipeg Free Press.