Total Time
Prep 25 mins
Cook 15 mins

Pour this warm sauce over smoked sausages, baked potatoes or hot excellent entry from my collection !!!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat the oil in a saucepan.
  2. Add the onion and pepper.
  3. Cook until just soft (do not brown).
  4. Add the garlic, celery seed and Dijon.
  5. Heat for 1 minute, stirring constantly.
  6. Remove from the heat and allow the sauce to sit for 15 minutes.


Most Helpful

WOnderful! I made Charlotte J's Brats & Sauerkraut tonight, plus SaraFish's Cauliflower Cheddar Fritters. We used this sauce on both - they were wonderful. We sat there thinking of all of the things it would taste so good on. I will make this frequently. Thanks - dinner was a big hit tonight.

Mysterygirl April 09, 2002

I poured this over mixed vegetables, which I enjoyed. I gave the recipe to a friend who said that it made a good sauce for dipping shrimp, though I haven't tried that myself. Seems like a versatile recipe, and an easy one too.

Leonard Cohen March 05, 2002

I used this on a nice lunch of potato and sauerkraut and really liked the fact that it was just a little different from plain old mustard. Great condiment for anyone watching their diet! My sauce came out pretty thick and the main flavor, of course, is the mustard. Next time (I WILL be making this again!) I may use more garlic and I wonder if the onion flavor would be more prominent if they were browned a bit? Thanks for posting this one, Mini!

yogi August 26, 2005

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