Chicken Nuggets 10

  • There are many different dips for nuggets, from classic to creative.
  • Fast-food spots with popular nuggets offer an assortment of sauces to choose from.
  • Variations exist within broad sauce categories, and many can be customized and made at home.

Let’s be honest — half the joy of eating nuggets is pairing them with your sauce or condiment of choice. And the possibilities are endless, whether you’re enjoying them at a fast food spot like McDonald’s or Wendy’s with their signature sauces or eating frozen or from-scratch nuggets at home with sauces of your own. What follows is a list of the best sauces and condiments to dip your favorite nuggets into.

Of course, this list isn’t exhaustive and you can dip your nuggets into any sauces you please — or enjoy them plain. 

Ketchup is a classic condiment for pretty much everything

And nuggets are no exception. You’re already dipping your fries into them anyways — why mess with a good thing?

Mustard can be sweet or spicy.

Honey mustard and chicken nuggets are a well-known combination, but regular mustard and hot mustard are also fine options. Popeyes has a Mardi Gras mustard that’s sweetened and flavored with Creole spices, and McDonald’s has a honey mustard sauce as well as straight up Grade A honey for dipping their trademark Chicken McNuggets.

Barbecue sauce also has several variations.

It’s a tangy barbecue at McDonald’s (with sweet hickory smoke flavoring and savory spices), honey BBQ at KFC, and Red Robin’s Campfire Sauce combines barbecue sauce, mayo, and spices. You can also make your own barbecue dipping sauce using this recipe by Food Network or this healthified from-scratch BBQ sauce by Eating Bird Food.

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