Why Dijon Mustard Should Be Your New Favorite Condiment

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thespruce.com

Dijon mustard. How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.

Dijon is really a step above the rest when compared to other condiments. It provides a tangy, delicious bite that can elevate most savory dishes from good to something special. It can be added to sauces, soups and stews, as part of a meat and cheese board, sandwiches, and salad dressings. In all honesty, when I'm trying a new recipe, I try to find a version that includes Dijon in the mix...

Here are a few of my favorite ways to incorporate it.

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Mini Beef Wellington

tiphero.com

Smear a little Dijon on both sides of the steak before cloaking in the pastry dough. It provides a creamy, tangy bite that will make this already amazing dish even more delectable.

Recipe here.

Pork Marsala

firsthomelovelife.com

If I can't have Dijon in my Marsala sauce, then I don't want Marsala sauce at all.

Recipe here.

Dijon Vinaigrette

chowhound.com

This is the best vinaigrette of all time. Period. I want to put it on everything.

Recipe here

Lemon Garlic Dijon Marinade

peanutblossom.com

Crisp and punchy, this is GREAT on roasted or grilled chicken. Also tasty as a salad dressing.

Recipe here.

Dijonnase

onceuponachef.com

The perfect lovechild of Dijon and mayo. What's it good on? Chicken. Roasted veggies. Use it in tuna or chicken salad instead of just mayo. Salad dressing. Sandwich spread. A spoon.

Recipe here

Maple Dijon Roasted Vegetables

thecreativebite.com

Dijon can take your roasted veggies from meh to BOOM

Recipe here.

Cheese sauce

countryliving.com

Now, I'm not one to think cheese needs any help. It can stand on it's own, for sure. But a little bit of Dijon makes it sparkle.

Recipe here.

Dijon Crusted Salmon

thegarlicdiaries.com

While salmon is one of my weeknight go-to dishes, it can get a little...mundane. A little bit of Dijon can re-invigorate your taste buds.

Recipe here

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SHARE the amazingness of Dijon with those you love. It's your duty.