Dijon Mustard Substitute

Total Time
5 mins
0 mins

From Taste of Home OGMer 1-28-02

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  1. Mix all ingredients.
  2. Yield: "2 tablespoons".
  3. NOTES : For Chinese Mustard for dipping, drizzle a little sesame oil into the Dijon Mustard & mix well.
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5 5

I didn't have any Dijon mustard for a recipe that I wanted to try. I searched online for a substitute and found this one. My husband enjoyed the meal so much with the "substitute" that I have instructions from him to only make this recipe and not to buy the ready-made type. It is very tasty. Thank you for posting this!

5 5

I haven't tried this yet but 5 stars just for sharing! I like yellow mustard but hate the taste of Dijon and unfortunately that's the one called for in most recipes! I can already tell I'll love this by the ingredients and thrilled I found it! Thank you, thank you!<br/>Btw.. I know there are a lot of people like me who just don't like the flavour of Dijon though they like mustard so I hope you're getting this recipe out there! I know I'll be sharing it! :)

5 5

I don't like dijon mustard but sometimes IN something it is ok, and I had a salad dressing for a bean salad that called for it, so I needed some. This is a great substitute! I actually didn't have white wine vinegar so wasn't sure what to do. I added some red wine vinegar and rice vinegar lol. The only thing I did different was add a little more sugar because it was SO strong by itself. If I make again I may just add a little less mustard. It's a great sub you can tweak to your liking. Thanks much!