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LOOKING for: Mustard Sauce

Posted by highalttransplant (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 20, 11 at 11:54

Does anyone have a good mustard sauce recipe? I have tried a couple different ones, and they either had too strong of a vinegar taste, or had too much of a mustard bite for the kids. Hoping for something kind of creamy, but not too sweet.

The past couple of years I have attempted to make it to go with the Easter ham, but have not been happy with the results. I could just put a bottle of mustard on the table with the ham, but that would be admitting defeat!

Thanks in advance,
Bonnie


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RE: LOOKING for: Mustard Sauce

I was watching Cook's Country this morning and they made a grilled pork roast with a mustard glaze. It looked scrumptious! Here is the recipe:

MUSTARD-GLAZED PORK LOIN

Serves 6 to 8.

A deeply caramelized crust of mustard and the smoky flavor of the grill make this a tasty meal -- with wonderful leftovers.

Note: The length and diameter of these roasts can vary; short, wide roasts will take longer to cook than long, thin roasts. From "Cook's Country Best Grilling Recipes," by the editors at America's Test Kitchen.

� 1/2 c. mustard (whole-grain or Dijon - preferably whole grain)

� 6 tbsp. apple jelly

� 2 tbsp. brown sugar

� 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil

� 2 tsp. minced fresh thyme

� 1 garlic clove, minced

� 3/4 tsp. pepper

� 1/2 tsp. salt

� 1 (2 1/2 to 3-lb.) boneless pork loin roast, score fat and tied.
Directions

Whisk the mustard, jelly, brown sugar, oil, thyme, garlic, pepper and salt together in a bowl. Measure out and reserve 2/3 cup of the sauce for cooking; set aside the remaining sauce for serving. Before grilling, pat the pork loin dry with paper towels, and coat it evenly with 1/3 cup of the sauce reserved for cooking.


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