Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
I found this recipe online when I realized that I didn't have any dijon mustard that a recipe called for.
- 1 tablespoon dry mustard
- 1 teaspoon water
- 1 teaspoon white wine vinegar ((or 1/2 white wine, 1/2 white vinegar)
- 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
- 1 pinch sugar
- Mix all ingredients.
Perfect! Thank you I use this in a warm potato salad recipe I saw on the food network. The recipe call for Dijon and we never have any on hand and it only calls for 1-2 Tbs. THANK YOU THANK YOU!
You are so awesome for posting this! Great recipe and it's stuff that I already have on hand. I couldn't tell the difference so I will be using it again! Thanks so much for posting! NOTE: The first time I made this, I used apple cider vinegar and vermouth cooking wine and it must have reacted somehow with the dry mustard because it was WICKED. The second time, I used regular white vinegar and the same vermouth cooking wine and it was excellent.
Excellent recipe! I needed 3/4 cup coarse grain dijon for Roasted Pork Loin With Mustard Garlic and Herbs & didn't realize until the last minute that we only had an empty bottle sitting in the fridge. This was the one recipe that didn't require days to weeks to make the dijon so I didn't have a lot of hope for it, but I was pleasantly surprised. The flavor is outstanding & it can't get any easier. I did add about a half teaspoon of whole mustard seeds that I ground with a mortar & pestle; then sprinkled a few whole ones on top for the photo. Thanks for saving dinner tonight, Mrs. Hughes; I'll be saving this recipe! :)