If you want to add a little spice to your cucumbers this summer, try making them in a mustard marinade! It’s a simple, healthy way to add flavor and a touch of heat without adding too much calories.
You can use this sauce on grilled meat, seafood, and vegetables as a marinade or dressing. You can even brush it on chicken skewers during the last few minutes of grilling to give it an extra kick of flavor!
This is a quick and easy homemade version of a classic smoky mustard, made with Zatarain’s Creole Seasoning, French’s Classic Yellow Mustard, and honey. You can also add cilantro if you like.
The smokiness of this sauce comes from the smoked paprika and Zatarain’s Creole seasoning. It’s a great addition to your grilled veggies, as it will add a delicious smoky flavor!
Make this smoky mustard in advance and store it in an airtight container in your refrigerator for up to 5 days. This is a great way to use up any leftover mustard you may have in your pantry!
This mustard marinade is so easy to make, and it makes a huge batch. It’s great for a party or as a quick dinner! It works with chicken, turkey, or beef.
You can add a few additional ingredients for more flavor, like fresh garlic, salt and pepper, and cayenne. The mustard will take on all the flavors from the other ingredients, so just play around with it until you get the right balance!
If you want to make this mustard a little less spicy, you can use regular yellow mustard instead of spicy brown. You can also try using Dijon mustard for a stronger flavor.
Another option is to use a different brand of mustard that has a more robust flavor like French’s Spicy Brown Mustard, or try using a combination of spicy and traditional yellow mustard. If you have a strong taste for spiciness, you can always add a few tablespoons of hot sauce to this recipe to increase the spiciness!
It’s also a great addition to sandwiches, as it gives the sandwhich a little bit of a spicy twist. It’s especially nice on chicken and fish sandwiches, because it adds a hint of spiciness and will help keep your bread soft and tasty!
The smokiness of the sauce makes it a great dip for grilled veggies too! You can also brush it on chicken or shrimp skewers before serving.
This is a great way to use up extra French’s Classic Yellow Mustard you might have in your pantry! You can also add a few more ingredients for more flavor, like fresh garlic, fresh ginger, and fresh turmeric.
You can even add a few tablespoons of hot sauce or sriracha to this recipe to increase the spiciness! If you are sensitive to spice or heat, start with a small amount of the spices and add more as needed.
You can use this sauce on grilled meat, salmon, and seafood as a marinade or dressing. You could also use it on roasted vegetables or to dress a salad!