Every time I share it people ask for this recipe! The hands on time is about 35 minutes including cleanup. The time to make start to finish is about 2 1/2 hours. Enjoy!
It is very close to Recipe #181106, with the addition of vital wheat gluten and dough enhancer which make it have better texture and cut-ability. I have adapted the other recipe for about 3 years now... but every now and then I get distracted and forget my additions since they aren't written in the recipe... so I'm adding this recipe for that reason. I did a thorough search and this recipe is unique even though close to a couple other recipes.
This is the best sweet mustard sauce ever. It's a great accompaniment for your cooked ham, or a great dipping sauce (my kids love it on hard boiled eggs). Everyone wanted Susan's recipe... so here it is. It has a bit of bite... but is kid friendly if they don't eat it straight! If you want to be sure it doesn't have too much bite for the kids, decrease dry mustard... maybe to 2 Tablespoons. Yum!
This comes from the Marinated Norbest Turkey Fillet packaging. It's great... you could use any meat... but norbest has a great marinade on their turkey (you can find it at Costco in Utah... I don't know about other places). I also like to use Costco's stir fry veggie mix which has a great variety and is reasonably priced. My kids love it too... except the time I accidentally doubled the crushed red pepper. I like to use a less turkey and more vegetables as we are light meat eaters... sometimes half the meat and double the veggies.
The foundation of this recipe comes from a cooking class I took from the chef at the Wildflower Restaurant at snowbird ski resort. I tweaked it a little (I think the recipe had flaws that he himself would have tweaked). This is very colorful and I'm sure fairly nutritious. We eat it over mixed greens with a few tomatoes.