Looking for that Je Ne Sais Quoi? Whip-Up Your Own Flavoured Mustard

87589HHave you ever laboured in the kitchen only to find that a meal you’ve made is left wanting a little something more? Harry Lalousis, mustard sommelier at La Maison Maille, the oldest mustard brand in the world, suggests adding some pizazz by making your own flavoured mustard.

“Start with a cup of Maille Dijon as a base,” instructs Lalousis, “then add a custom blend of fruit, vegetables, herbs or spices, mashing with a mortar and pestle to blend the flavours.” Try making some of his most popular blends at home:

  1. Strawberry Basil Mustard.

For a sweet mustard, add 1/2 cup strawberries, 1 teaspoon honey, and 1 teaspoon fresh basil.

  1. Roasted Garlic Mustard.

For something savoury, blend in 4 cloves of roasted garlic, 1/2 teaspoon dried basil, and 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano.

  1. Maple Syrup Mustard.

For all-Canadian decadent mustard, start with Maille Original or Old Style Mustard, and add 1 teaspoon of maple syrup and 6 blueberries.

Check out more mustard-based recipe ideas at maille.ca.

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Written by Canadian Home Trends

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Canadian Home Trends magazine gives you a personal tour of the most stunning homes and condos across Canada. You'll be inspired by a selection of accessible home décor products, trend reports, simple yet stylish DIY projects, and much more. In each issue, you are given the tools to recreate designer spaces you've always dreamt of having at home, in-depth renovation and design advice, colour palette and furniture pairings, and Canada's best places to shop.

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