Task of the week: Find two new uses for
|Flavored mustards can transform a dish, adding intense notes of basil, lemon, tarragon and even Roquefort to sandwiches, potato, tuna and egg salads, vinaigrettes, dips, meats, vegetables and more.
Think of classic Dijon as “basic vanilla” and start to expand your mustard horizons. Visit any specialty food store and cruise the mustard shelf.
As a bonus, mustard is extremely low in calories (except for sweet mustards like honey mustard). So see how many new uses you can find for mustard: Look for one new idea each week.
By the way, our very low calorie or low-glycemic work-around for honey mustard: Sweeten plain Dijon mustard with your favorite non-caloric sweetener or with agave nectar.
See the many different types of mustard in our Mustard Glossary.