A regular chicken dinner can be transformed from basic to brilliant by serving it with a tasty sauce. From copycat recipes from our favorite restaurants to made-from-scratch Korean bulgogi sauce, we’ve collected 13 of the best sauces for chicken.
Best Sauces for Chicken
If you love spicy sauces, give this Arby’s copycat recipe a try. It combines mayonnaise with horseradish and definitely packs a punch!
This copycat of Cane’s creamy sauce will have you coming back for more. Use it as a dip for roast chicken or even as a creamy dressing for potato salad!
There’s no need to buy a bottle of dijonnaise when you can easily make it yourself. You’ll only need five ingredients and it takes five minutes to make!
Homemade teriyaki sauce is so much better than store-bought. It’s easy to pull together and you can use it to make your own teriyaki chicken!
This sweet Korean bulgogi sauce would be delicious served as a dipping sauce for chicken. It’s a blend of savory and sweet flavors that also pairs well with grilled veggies.
This sweet and sour sauce is typically served with duck at restaurants. You can make your own in just 5 minutes and serve it with your favorite chicken dish. Try it as a base to make sweet & sour chicken!
If you love the orange chicken served at Chinese restaurants, give this sauce a try! It’s sweet, tangy, and super easy to make. Add it to chicken and serve it alongside fluffy steamed rice for a meal your family will love.
Drizzle this tangy lemon butter sauce over roasted chicken for a delicious boost in flavor. Serve it alongside roasted asparagus and sweet potatoes for a fantastic meal.
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Best Sauces for Chicken (Easy Ranch Sauce Recipe and More)
- In a mixing bowl, whisk together mayo, sour cream, and buttermilk until smooth. I recommend starting with 1/4 cup buttermilk and gradually adding more to reach your desired consistency.
- Add dill, parsley, garlic powder, salt, and pepper in a separate small bowl. Whisk until combined.
- Combine the mayo mixture with the seasoning.
- Add in the lemon juice. Mix well. (Taste and add more salt if needed)
- Store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
- This homemade ranch dressing will last for up to a week in the refrigerator.
- You can use white vinegar instead of lemon juice in this recipe.