Friday, 25 January 2013

Food on Friday: Mustard



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Our theme for Food on Friday today is Mustard.  I find it such a great ingredient – whether it is American, Hot English or Dijon!  And then there are all the other mustards.

Please link in any mustardy posts you have.  I look forward to getting some lovely new ideas to try.

Put your name AND the name of the dish in the first box and paste your url of the post into the second one.

Then pop over and visit some of the other links and spread the fun around a bit!  Have a great week, everyone.

Mr linky

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25 comments:

  1. Love mustard - one of my favorite "seasonings" and I'm looking forward to seeing what links go up!

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  2. We love mustard too. One of our favorites is a spicy stone-ground mustard made by Red Monkey foods. It's delicious!

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  3. thanks! http://pleasegivepeasachance.blogspot.com/2008/08/deviled-chicken.html

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  4. Mustard seeds are an important part of Indian cooking...they are important ingredient for tempering the savory food. Glad to share a recipe here. :)

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  5. Looking forward to checking out all these mustardy dishes! Yea!

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  6. Thanks for hosting. Now to go check out some of these wonderful recipes!

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  7. Hey! I just shared 3 recipes: Honey Mustard Sauce, Croque Monsieur, and Herbed Potato Salad.

    I love the *zip* that mustard lends to dishes. My husband claims the smell alone will make him throw up but more often than not I'm able to sneak it in without suspicion or ill effects ;).

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  8. Love, love mustard of all kinds. Thanks for the party, Carole!

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  9. One of my favourite ingredients! Can't wait to check out these links!

    Sx

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  10. Love, love mustard in all forms...great recipes here ~ Yay!

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  11. I love mustard too, especially French Dijon. I've linked Chicken Dijon - or as they say in French - Poulet a la Moutarde & Broiled Cornish Hens with herbs & mustard.

    Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend.
    Sam

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  12. I added my Honey Mustard Pretzel Chicken Carole! Thanks for the invite! Love this showcase on mustard.

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  13. Thank you very much Carole for the invite. I love mustard in every way and I think is a great ingredient to cook with.

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  14. Thanks Carole. I've linked my Mustard, Lemon and Rosemary Chicken. Love, love, love mustard.

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  15. Just linked up mine Carole - have a wonderful weekend!

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  16. Thanks! Love mustard too!

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  17. Hi , linked the cream of mushroom, mustard and tarragon soup, thanks for hosting

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  18. Hello nice to meet you have a great week and thanks for sharing

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  19. When have thick sausages, i love to smear the end in a nice grainy dijon. I never really thought about how i cook with mustard, but looking at the list of recipes, I realize that I use it quite frequently.

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  20. Hi Carole,
    I've just linked a long bean dish using pickled mustard tuber! Thank you for hosting, have a great weekend!

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  21. Great list Carole! I swear I always have mustard hanging around.

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  22. Great party Carole. Unfortunately I have no mustard recipes to share but I will sure have a look around. I love mustard! Cheers.

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  23. I've shared three of my favorite recipes that use mustard. In Indian cooking we use black mustard that needs to be soaked in salted water overnight to get rid of any bitterness. Mustard gravy tastes good with practically anything - vegetables, fish and chicken. Thanks for hosting this sharing of recipes!

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  24. Mustard is a newer condiment to me, but I'm enjoying it! Can't wait to check out these recipes.

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  25. Just left a post for Jamie Oliver's Mustard Chicken. Thanks for the invitation to post!

    Megan at Playing With My Food
    www.playingwithmyfood.net

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