By GaylaJ on July 29, 2005
Photo by GaylaJ
Photo by GaylaJ
"Quick dip that is full of flavor--tangy, sweet, and a bit spicy. I especially love it with pretzels, but it is actually quite versatile and it also good as a sauce on pork or chicken. The recipe was published in a local newspaper several years ago."
Serving Size: 1 (847 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I loved this, but it really makes a lot. Made it as is"
"Beyond fabulous! So fresh and delicious. Served with ring bologna, variety of cheese cubes and pretzel nuggets for a large gathering. Devoured!! This one's going to be made a LOT!"
"Great! Made this for our annual crawfish boil with another recipe for "crack pretzels" and it was terrific. People even used it to dip the crawfish in! Would be great with warm, soft pretzels too!"
"Yummmyyy!!!!!! This is a great dip. The different blends of flavors is delicious. Everyone at my party was digging it this. Goes great will all kinds of different foods. Have not reached two months but has lasted in the fridge now for a couple of weeks."
"this is a great mustard dip if you like mustard dips this one's for you its good on pretzels but not just that its excellent on BLT's and ham sandwichs"
"This was very easy to make and was liked by everyone. It is not very spicy so don't be afraid to add more horseradish. I used 3 Tbsp of Horseradish. I didn't have the dried onions on hand so I subbed with 3/4 tsp of onion powder. This is a very good recipe that you really can't screw up and can add things to your liking. Thanks for sharing!!"
"My DH loved this dip. I think it would have been better without the sugar, as the sweetness makes it taste a bit off to me, but that is just a matter of personal preference. Simple and easy to prepare with ingredients you have in your kitchen!"
"This recipe was GREAT. I searched high and low for a mustard dip to use on my soft pretzels. I finally found this one and it was pretty much perfect. I cut back the horseradish about a 1/2Tbs. I also added a teaspoon of cayenne powder and used "Jack Daniels Old #7" for the base mustard. It came out amazing. At a small get together 3 different people asked me for the recipe. I will definetly be making this again."
"This is wonderful. I get asked for it a lot. Easy and delicious!"
"SOOOO good. I made this during a visit from my parents, knowing my dad loved mustard. We all devoured it. I dont even like mustard, but loved this dip. We ate with pretzels, and on ham sandwiches the next day. When you first mix it, the sugar and mayo dont seem to want to combine, giving it a weird texture. But once you let it sit, it smoothes out, and is wonderful. Great recipe!"
"I made this mustard dip for Christmas (I know, not your typical Christmas fare) because my sisters LOVE pretzels and mustard, so I served with Spicy Pretzels #86933 and Garlic Pretzels #65678. This mustard dip was a HUGE hit! Everyone loved it and I had to print out multiple copies of the recipe before they went home. I only used half the package of ranch, finely diced real onion (although the second time I made it I used onion powder; both were good), and about half a bottle of horseradish (it wasn't very spicy). We've also used this as a sandwich spread. It's a fantastic recipe that goes in the favorites file! Thanks, GaylaJ!"
"I lost this recipe and was so delightd to find it here - It's a wonderful,versatile dip - great on cold meat sandwiches also."
"Another great recipe from Gayla!This was sooo good!I did use it as a dip for pretzels(I used a thick sourdough type)and it was a perfect match:)woo hoo!Good stuff!Thanks, Gayla, PeggyLynn"