Use mustard in recipes with chicken, lamb and pork, or make your own honey mustard or mustard salad dressings and sauces.
For lots of good, healthy eating with relatively little fat and few kilojoules, roast a pork fillet. This is the crème de la crème – tender, tasty and terrific. And the sweet-spicy sauce turns it into a culinary masterpiece. Double the recipe, have a party and enjoy the compliments. You'll deserve them!
Kidneys are delicious but they are very rich, so you don't need many to make a filling meal. Serve with rice or bread.
Lamb is brushed with mustard and covered in a garlic rosemary mix. This technique also works with beef and pork but lamb is my favourite!
This is a sauce I make myself because I am not a fan of tartare sauce. It's great with fried fish or fish fingers.
I like this as a dinner party salad. The vinaigrette is composed of toasted curry powder, Dijon mustard, red wine vinegar and olive oil.
This tastes great spread on fresh crusty bread or in a sandwich. Experiment with different ingredients depending on your taste. I have made this vegan as well by substituting the mayonnaise with soy mayonnaise.
It's hard to go wrong with barbecued chicken wings and always fun to experiment with marinades. This recipe uses lemon juice and Dijon mustard.
Red snapper is gently dipped in a homemade marinade before the residual is added to the frying pan and reduced to make a glorious sauce.
Chicken breasts are smothered in Dijon mustard and brown sugar then oven baked in orange juice. They are topped with a not to sweet orange sauce to serve.
Honey mustard chicken is made even more delicious with the addition of fruity apricot jam. Serve over white rice.