What Is a Good Substitute for Dijon Mustard?

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A good substitute for Dijon mustard mainly for the purpose of maintaining an emulsification of fat based ingredient or water based ingredient is the egg york or mayo. But if you need a substitute mainly for the flavour then you may use grate fresh horseradish root or a combinations of a mildly sweet and bright yellow spice, turmeric, garlic salt and chilli peppers.
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Deli mustard with white wine sounds good!
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The conversion rate between mustard powder and prepared mustard is about 3. This would mean that you must use 3 times as much real mustard to substitute the powder. IE, 5ml (1 tsp
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Dijon mustard originated in 1856, when Jean Naigeon of Dijon substituted
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Beverages such as Postum, chicory blends, soy coffee and herbal coffee substitutes, which are said to come very close to tasting like the real thing, are options if you are looking
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