Mix the first five ingredients. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Store in refrigerator.
Recipe makes 1/4 cup (2 servings).
Serving size: 2 tablespoons
Calories: 2; Total Fat: 0.1g; Saturated Fat: trace; Cholesterol: 0mg
About Dijon Mustard
Around our homes and office, Dijon is the absolute preferred favorite of all mustards so we felt inclined to sing its praises!
The word Dijon refers to a type of prepared mustard from the French region of Dijon. To be labeled Dijon, a mustard must adhere to the formula developed more than 150 years ago in Dijon, France. (Source: Cooks Illustrated)
Did You Know?
Mustard. A member of the cruciferous family of plants that also includes Brussels sprouts, cabbage and broccoli, mustard can bump a person's metabolic rate up by 25 percent. By eating 3/5 of a teaspoon of mustard seeds on a daily basis, the body could burn 45 additional calories per hour.
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