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Pampered Chef: A substitute for dijon mustard?

  1. babywings76

    babywings76 Legend Member Gold Member

    Does anyone know of a good alternative to use when someone doesn't like Dijon mustard? I have a power cooking show on Thursday and the host said she doesn't like Dijon mustard and we are scheduled to have the Dijon Chicken Noodle Toss as one of the recipes. If I can't think of an alternative, I might need to change the recipe choice for the 3rd Power cooking recipe (but I've never done the others...only the soup, noodle toss, and wraps).
    Nov 2, 2009
  2. Lisa/ChefBear

    Lisa/ChefBear Veteran Member Gold Member

    Use a Honey Mustard.......I interchange them.

  3. kdangel518

    kdangel518 Advanced Member Gold Member

    If you have the Greek Rub I HIGHLY recommend the Greek Orzo skillet! It makes an appearance in my house at LEAST every other week b/c it is SO AWESOME!!!

    I know that doesn't answer your question (sorry!) but it's an awesome alternative and SO EASY!
    Nov 2, 2009
  4. Ginger428

    Ginger428 Legacy Member Gold Member

    You could just use regular mustard, its not a big deal....;)
    Nov 2, 2009
  5. babywings76

    babywings76 Legend Member Gold Member

    I think she doesn't like regular mustard either. Maybe I'll look over the Greek Orzo recipe and see if we could do that one. We're eating the soup recipe and she's freezing the other 2 for later. So if the recipe isn't anything too hard for prepping to freeze, I'll just switch it. I'll e-mail it to the host and see which she prefers.
    Nov 2, 2009
  6. MissChef

    MissChef Senior Member Gold Member

    i've always used a brown mustard! works well in my opinion;):):balloon:
    Nov 9, 2009
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