Canadian Donair Sauce

Donair Sauce

Super, easy Donair Sauce can be made in minutes with just four ingredients. 

Donair Sauce is uniquely Canadian.  We love it on our donairs, of course, but it's delicious as a dip for garlic fingers and pizza.  Mix the sugar, garlic powder and evaporated milk together. Add the vinegar and let curdle. Whisk together until smooth. See how creamy the end product becomes.

Printable recipe at end of post.
Donair Sauce
  • 1 can evaporated milk
  • ¾ cup white sugar
  • ½ teaspoons garlic powder plus more to taste
  • 4 teaspoons white vinegar, or as needed
How to make it:
Mix sugar and garlic powder together until well blended and then mix with the evaporated milk until the sugar is dissolved. Add vinegar to milk mixture and let curdle for a few minutes. Whisk the curdled milk together. It should become a thick creamy sauce. You may have to add more vinegar if required. The sauce should thicken upon sitting. Keep refrigerated until needed.

Makes about 2 cups of sauce.

Make sure you let the vinegar and milk curdle for a few minutes before mixing together.  A whisk is the best instrument for mixing this.

When I can find this concentrated vinegar I use it instead of regular vinegar. I use only 1-2 teaspoons and it works excellent in this recipe. Fish and Chip restaurants use this to make their own vinegar.

Donair Sauce is delicious with donairs, pizza and garlic fingers
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