This hot honey recipe is great for dipping in a hot sauce.
You could also serve it over rice and it would be amazing as a snack.
The recipe is based on the Hot Honey in a Jar recipe by JESSICA ALBA from Cooking Light.
Here are a few other ways to use it: Heat it up in the microwave: Place the honey on top of some bread and place it on the top of the microwave for 30 seconds.
The bread should be completely dry before you add the honey.
The honey will cook off easily and be tender.
Place it in the fridge: Mix the honey with a little vinegar and add to a jar.
Place the jar in the refrigerator and leave it for 30 days.
The vinegar will soften the honey, making it easier to handle.
Heat it with butter: Butter a piece of parchment paper and wrap it around the jar.
Dip the honey into the butter and place the paper over the jar for about an hour.
The butter will melt and release some of the honey and the honey will be soft.
The next day, heat the butter with the honey in the jar and dip the honey back into the jar to allow it to thicken.
Use the jar as a dip: Place a few pieces of bread in the bowl of the jar, spread the honey over the bread and add a dash or two of cinnamon or sugar.
Place another piece of bread over the honey to dip in.
Dip in the remaining honey, then dip in another piece to dip again.
The final piece of the bread can be dipped into the honey again. Enjoy!