6 Reviews

This was a very good sauce. It was very pleasing, due to the strong mustard, I think. It gave the sauce some energy which balanced well with the mild ham. I used Dijon mustard this time, but I would love to try it with the English mustard. Fresh chives is an absolute must, the only way to go! Thanks for sharing this simple, but wonderful sauce recipe.

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Miss Annie May 08, 2003

Used this over a ham loaf. Really perked it up! Makes a lot of sauce, so think I will 1/2 it next time. Also, think I will use a bolder mustard, because Dijon is just too salty for us. Thnx for posting Sackville.

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Darkhunter July 29, 2008

Very good sauce for baked ham. I did add a little more dijon mustard to suit our tastes. Also went well with the baked macaroni and cheese we had with the ham.

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3islandgirls June 17, 2008

This is a simple, basic sauce. I would make it again but would use a little more mustard and include a few drops of hot sauce for a little more sparkle to the recipe.

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Cucina Casalingo December 02, 2007

I really liked this, but hubby and our dinner guest both said they couldn't taste the mustard. I would make it again and add more mustard. It was a very nice accompaniment to corned beef. Thanks Sackville!

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puppitypup October 17, 2007

I made this sauce to accompany corned beef (#167792). I used half dijon and half English mustard - great flavour and very simple to make.

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Fairy Nuff July 12, 2006
Mustard and Chive Sauce