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Dijon Mustard with Truffle Oil, mustard dressed up like Sunday best!

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I have had a few run-ins with mustard. I have even made it by the quart....I have cooked with it and  I have been known to dip pretzels in it for a snack. With my love and appreciation of mustard completely out in the open, I will now share with you a super easy, dressed up version of.......

Dijon Mustard with Truffle Oil, dress up your mustard.
Dijon Mustard with Truffle Oil

Course Grain Dijon Mustard with Truffle Oil
Inspired from October Farm
by the seat of my pants

1 - 12.3 oz jar Whole Grain Dijon Mustard (we found this at Trader Joe's)
2 T sugar
4 T Truffle oil
2 T ball park style mustard
2 T dry white wine

Combine all ingredients in a food processor, pulse buzz until mixed well yet coarse, not smooth.

Refrigerate for a day to mellow, and then.....


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1 comment

  1. I have 4 or 5 different mustards in my fridge now. Along with dry mustard powder. Yes, I am also a fan. This one, I'd love to try. I have never tasted a truffle nor truffle oil so I have no idea what the taste of this mustard is. How will you use it?


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