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Iam a mustard fun, but not really like honey - anyway u have to try habanero versions ;)

McCormick's Hot English Mustard is like a chemical weapon, but is great with steak from the grill. If there are hotter ones but I don't know what they are.


--- Quote from: rdl on March 21, 2023, 04:40:04 pm ---Mustard's also good in tuna salad. Dump a small size can of some kind of tuna into a bowl (thoroughly drained first). Use whatever kind you like, but I think solid white works best due to less liquid. Add a glob of mayo - tablespoon or two (not Miracle Whip/salad dressing), some dill pickle relish - equal to about 1/4 of the tuna or a bit less, maybe some finely chopped onion, and a tablespoon or so of your favorite mustard. If it's too goopy some toasted bread crumbs can fix that. I actually used Shake 'n Bake once but it was a little too salty.

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Never tired that.  I might have too.  I love mustard in just about everything. 

a good application for mustard is to put it inside of a roast that is sliced into a spiral and then roll it back up, typically with butter.

The mustard powder on potatoes sounds fascinating, an alternative to paprika.

And of course you can make mustard potato salad, by mixing potato chunks, mayonnaise, herbs and mustard

+1 for Colman's English mustard


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