Mustard

6 Dinner Recipes with Mustard

Drew Glover • March 17, 2015
Looking to impress someone with a delicious main course? This place has tons of recipe to help you find that perfect dish to share with your love one, family, or guests.Honey Mustard Garlic Lamb by Maya Adam
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1. Gluten-Free Honey Mustard Garlic Rack-of-Lamb
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This rack of lamb recipe is sure to hit all your taste buds with flavors ranging from sourness from the lemon juice, sweet taste from the honey, bitter taste from the Dijon mustard, to savory taste from the garlic and salt.
2. Beer Braised Sausages | Hungry for the Holidays
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These sausages are a quick and easy dish that take only minutes to cook up. For extra credit, make your very own homemade mustard...your guests will thank you.
3. How to Make Brown Sugar Honey-Glazed Ham
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Mix up the honey mustard glaze and use part of it on the ham and the rest on the side to make a finished meal.
4. Orange Glazed Ham
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Have you ever tried to boil a ham at home? This recipe takes little effort to prepare and tastes delicious. It is so easy to make and you can use leftovers for ham sandwiches and other recipes in the week.
5. Cajun Honey-Baked Ham
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This easy, delicious recipe is perfect for entertaining during a holiday when you have to feed a ton of people with one awesome dish. Using beer, wildflower honey and spices, chef Guas puts together a simple glaze for that traditional Easter dinner's honey-baked ham, but with his own Creole twist. Called a fete ham, this is customary to eat on Easter in the Louisiana Bayou. He suggests serving it sliced with mustard and bread rolls for a big, crowd-pleasing meal.
6. Rack of Lamb with Blueberry Beurre Rouge
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This Easter-inspired rack of lamb recipe is fairly typical of other dishes I’ve posted with this cut, except for one major difference; we’re actually roasting the meat over the sauce. And not just any sauce; we spiked this beurre rouge (red wine butter sauce) with fresh blueberries, and the small, dark fruit performed beautifully.
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