Peach-Mustard Sauce

"Here's a great sauce for serving with various meats, including chicken, pork, beef, etc & is a tasty dip for shrimp, crab sticks & other seafoods!"
 
Peach-Mustard Sauce created by loof751
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  • Stir together all the ingredients.
  • Serve cold or at room temperature.
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  1. loof751
    Peach-Mustard Sauce Created by loof751
  2. loof751
    This is a terrific sauce! I love the sweet/tangy/spicy combination and this one is great. I used a little extra tabasco because we like things spicy! I used this as a dipping sauce for breaded shrimp and am looking forward to trying it as a glaze for some grilled chicken. Thanks for posting this recipe!
     
  3. Prose
    Yum! I didn't know if I would like this, but I wanted to try something different, and it was really good! I made a single-serving batch using 1 1/2 tablespoons peach preserves, about 1/2 tablespoon German mustard (omitted hot sauce). I used it as a dipping sauce for Morningstar Farms vegetarian chick'n nuggets. The flavor was more complex than honey mustard, but similar. I will definitely make this again. Reviewed for September 2008 Vegetarian Recipe Swap
     
  4. blancpage
    Wow, this was so easy and so good. I made exactly as directed and made the full recipe. I've got lots left, because I used this to glaze boneless pork chops. I served with a bit of sauce on top. Bf said this was REALLY GOOD. I can see this is a very versatile sauce and I can't wait to try it with other meats/foods. Thanks so much for sharing, Syd! Made for Please Review my Recipe Tag game.
     
  5. Sweet Baboo
    This sauce is dead easy and delicious...we loved it! Even though the suggested serving is with seafood, I made it to accompany roast chicken, and it was terrific. The Baby Kato review endorses the use with pork, so this sauce is obviously very versatile, and I intend to try it next with shrimp. To the leftover sauce I added leftover shredded chicken breast and some mayo, and plan to toss it with mesclun for lunch tomorrow...I'm betting this sauce with mayo will make a great salad dressing too.
     
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