Nutty bulgur tossed with toasted mustard seeds and topped with tons of flavour make for a delicious filling dish. From the lemon Dijon vinaigrette, creamy avocado and skillet grilled chicken to the peppery arugula… a “flavour” bowl everyone will enjoy.
This simple, yet elegant enough for company, pork dish is made even better by browning the roast and onions before adding them to the slow cooker deepens the flavour of this simple yet elegant enough for company pork dish. Apples, herbs and two kinds of mustard ensure the pork has a lovely balance of both sweet and savoury. Thinly sliced leftovers make great sandwiches the next day.
This Japanese inspired vinaigrette brings a touch of ZING to one of our favourite light meal options. The acidity of the dressing pairs well with plump prawns and fresh apples for a refreshing, guilt-free lunch.
Mustard seed, when popped in hot oil, release a sweet and nutty flavor akin to popcorn. But when ground and turned into a paste with hot water, the same seeds breathe pungent fire. Include the two techniques in the same recipe, and watch a brilliant balance of tastes, textures and colors come alive in every mouthful. Serve a bowl of this stew with crusty-warm slices of baguette or even steamed basmati rice for a quick weekday fare.
It doesn’t get more classic comfort food than a good old-fashioned meatloaf. With a tangy tomato and Dijon-based glaze, this is sure to become a family favourite, especially when served alongside creamy mashed potatoes. Any leftover meatloaf is great in sandwiches the next day.
The pan-seared pork medallions are topped with creamy garlicy greens and then oven-baked, creating a beautiful golden crust. This dish features three kinds of mustard and highlights the bold flavours of mustard, beer, honey and sweet onion puree in a rich caramel-like sauce.
Say goodbye to fast food chicken nuggets and hello to these crispy and delicious chicken strips. The accompanying sauce is great with all kinds of dippables
This one skillet pork dish is quick and family friendly. Served alongside roasted potatoes or on a bed of rice, the sauce and tender chops are too good for words.
Bursting with flavour, these meatballs have a lovely surprise of melted mozzarella in the centre. The bright flavours of the pesto are the perfect complement to the ground turkey. Serve with your favourite pasta as a main course, or as small bite appetizer.
Start the morning off on the right foot with bright and cheery breakfast tacos. A light and lively salsa is made with creamy avocado, mustard seeds, radish, cilantro, jalapeno pepper, garlic and lime. Simply top warm corn tortillas with fried eggs, some of the salsa, crumbled feta cheese and peppery mustard sprouts. Don’t forget that drizzle of hot sauce!
The classic fancy brunch dish is made even easier with a delicious Hollandaise sauce which takes only a few minutes in the blender. Dijon adds not only flavour but a lovely richness to the already heavenly sauce.
Classic comfort food made fantastic with the addition of a mellow mustard sweet potato mash, and a hearty beef filling loaded with vegetables, herbs and two kinds of mustard. Any leftovers warm up great the next day.
Fresh and tasty, this is a fantastic sandwich whether you are entertaining in the backyard, or taking the family on a picnic. Summer al fresco eating at its finest!
Mixing a bit of heat from the chipotle, a bit of sweet thanks to the apple and a bit of zip from three kinds of mustard, these are moist and flavourful burgers the whole family is sure to love. The herb aioli is also fantastic when served with grilled chicken or fish, or as a dip for vegetables.
Perogies are a staple side dish in many Canadian households. This meat filled variation is a hearty twist on the traditional potato and onion variety that also feature well as the main dish. You can mix the dough with a paddle attachment in an electric mixer but be careful not to over mix. Hand mixing in the traditional style is safest and dividing your dough in half will make it easier to roll out.
Quick and healthy, these rice bowls come together easily for a delicious weeknight dinner. The sprinkling of mustard seed adds a pleasant crunch and the peppery sprouts make a pretty garnish on this fresh Asian-inspired dish.
If you prefer a firmer lasagna, simply eliminate soaking the noodles prior to using.