5 Reviews

Clifford is right about this recipe being the best tasting mustard sauce. Since I was sending it with DH brown bag, I omitted the sake, but after it mellowed the taste was smooth and savory. We used it with tender asparagus. Fantastic!

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Miss Annie November 09, 2003

This is the best mustard dipping sauce we have ever tasted. I used a little more mustard than the recipe called for. We let it set for a couple of hours to blend. Nummy!

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Clifford Boren July 28, 2002

Very nice! Tasted like what we get at our Japanese steakhouse. Thanks so much!

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Krista Roes September 03, 2008

A very lovely Japanese style dipping sauce. It works very well with tofu recipes as well as others.

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That is Dr House to you January 14, 2007

PRIMO recipe! So simple, but so perfect. I substituted sherry wine for the sake and used Srirachi hot sauce and it was absolutely FABULOUS! We had fondue using Fondue Broth Fondue Broth and the following dipping sauces: Cracked Pepper Sauce from Fondue Dipping Sauces and the Garlic Dill Sauce from "Love is in the Air" Beef Fondue & Sauces. This sauce outdid the other two, at least for THIS soy sauce lover. ;o) Thank you SO much for sharing this, Julesong!

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Sandi (From CA) January 11, 2006
Mustard Dipping Sauce