Mustard Sauce for Sandwiches


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Prepare Mustard sauce for sandwiches at home with this simple recipe and store it in an air tight container. The mustard sauce can be prepared and then used as a spread, dip or accompaniment.

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Mustard Sauce for Sandwiches recipe - How to make Mustard Sauce for Sandwiches

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Ingredients

1/2 kg ordinary black/brown mustard seeds ( rai / sarson)
1/4 kg yellow mustard seeds
10 to 12 whole dry kashmiri red chillies
8 to 10 pods of garlic (lehsun)
salt to taste
1 tbsp sugar
a small piece of drumstick tree bark
vinegar as required for grinding
Method

  1. Remove stones from mustard seeds, using vinegar little at a time grind all the ingredients except sugar & salt to a thick, smooth paste, add sugar & salt to taste
  2. Add a little more vinegar to make the paste into a sauce like consistency
  3. Use a dry bottle & preserve. use a dry spoon whenever you require to use the sauce.
  4. This sauce could be used for sandwiches; roast etc.,


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This recipe was contributed by pearlie on 28 Feb 2004


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Mustard Sauce for Sandwiches
5
 on 04 Mar 17 05:19 PM


Mustard Sauce for Sandwiches
5
 on 12 Jun 16 06:45 AM


I have tried this recipe with my own modifications. I have excluded red chillies, garlick and the bark of drumstick (as the last thing was not readily available). Yet the sauce came out very fine and in tasted like just the one we can get in a restaurant. We see a number of recipes on the web some require cooking and others not. But this recipe is the simplest and best.
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Vedant, thanks for the feedback and delighted you liked the mustard sauce recipe contributed by Pearlie.
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13 Jun 16 12:14 PM
Mustard Sauce for Sandwiches
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 on 28 Mar 16 10:59 PM