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Spread this mustard on warm turkey sandwiches, whisk into salad dressings or serve as a dip with pretzels. Package for gift giving with our downloadable gift tag.
German-style mustard, a rich, spicy version of the condiment, adds just the right flavor to this picnic and barbecue favorite. Make this side dish ahead of time, but make sure to toss it well just before serving.
Rich salmon, slightly sweet honey mustard and crunchy vegetables make this fresh take more flavorful than tuna salad. Kids and adults alike will enjoy it on stoneground crackers, multigrain sandwich bread or lettuce leaves.
Experiment by trying different vinegars and mustards to craft your perfect blend. A mild honey such as clover or orange blossom works best in this recipe. Toss dressing with salad greens or serve as a dipping sauce with chicken, fried mozzarella or potatoes.
Sweet mangoes, tangy Dijon mustard and honey make an ideal dipping sauce for 365 Everyday Value® Breaded Chickenless Nuggets or Organic Crunchy Pretzel Sticks. The kids will love it, and so will you!
This appetizer of chicken wings baked and glazed with a simple honey-mustard sauce comes together easily. Be sure to bake until the chicken skin is crisp and deep golden brown. Wings tend to be a bit messy to consume, so provide plenty of napkins when serving these.
Serve this dish with a simple green salad or seasonal grilled vegetables for a delicious meal.
Instead of cutting the potatoes into cubes, try using very small, whole new potatoes for a different look. Garnish this savory salad with chopped fresh dill, if desired.
This classic French recipe can be made with either asparagus or leeks. A simple garnish of chopped eggs and fresh herbs results in a visually impressive side dish for a spring lunch or brunch.
Give summer a bang of flavor with grilled beef burgers topped with cherry-spiked Dijon mustard, grilled sweet onions and tangy blue cheese.
Drumsticks coated with an orange-mustard sauce are an ideal picnic food: delicious hot or cold and you don't even need a plate -- though napkins are recommended.
Flank steak is a flame-cooked favorite, and this glaze made with Dijon mustard and honey couldn't be simpler. Serve the sliced meat over a bed of greens and tomatoes or, for a heartier meal, over cooked whole grains.
Pork pairs well with the sweet tartness of fruit, especially cherries. Here, fresh cherries add fullness of flavor and texture to a savory white wine sauce slightly thickened with a bit of tangy Dijon mustard. If you can't find fresh cherries, dried will do, making this recipe a favorite for any season.
Pack this delicious alternative to mayonnaise-based potato salads with more veggies by doubling the amount of cabbage and carrots, if you like.
Use leftover chicken and veggies from these kabobs to make salads or wrap sandwiches. Feel free to substitute with tofu or any other kabob-friendly meat or seafood you wish.
Double the apple mustard for leftover turkey or ham sandwiches, or for dipping pretzels.
Rich, crispy puff pastry makes an elegant wrapper for cocktail franks, and the easy sauce of cranberry and Dijon mustard is a wonderful seasonal accompaniment.
Red wine vinegar blended with hearty grain mustard superbly complements hot and sweet chicken sausage atop tender-crisp Napa cabbage. Easy, fast and tasty, this dish can also be served open-faced on a thick slice of crusty bread for a tempting variation on the classic Rueben sandwich.
Serve this hearty dish with steamed brown rice and a bowl of miso soup, if you like.
Secret Ingredient: Farm Raised Salmon
This recipe comes to us courtesy of Guest Chef and Team Member Heather Ramsdell, our Creative Coordinator for the Northeast Region. If you prefer to use homemade lemon vinaigrette to dress the arugula, simply whisk together equal parts lemon juice and olive oil, then season with salt and pepper. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.