Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Honey Mustard Meat Sauce

A delicious honey mustard meat sauce great for drizzling over roast pork, fried pork chops or even chicken tenders..

Honey Mustard Meat Sauce

If you're looking for a sauce to enhance pork, this delicious honey mustard sauce made from a mixture of plain ole yellow mustard and sweet honey, with just bit of rosemary, is a delicious addition. Good for basting a variety of meats, but excellent with roast pork and for drizzling over fried pork chops, or even fried chicken strips.  Enjoy!

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Recipe: Honey Mustard Meat Sauce

©From the Kitchen of Deep South Dish
Prep time: 5 min | Yield: About 1 cup

Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup of yellow mustard
  • 1/2 cup of honey
  • A pinch of kosher salt
  • 4 turns of the pepper grinder
  • 1/4 teaspoon of Cajun seasoning (like Slap Ya Mama)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of dried rosemary, crushed
Instructions

Mix all ingredients together. Can use to baste meat during the last 15 minutes of cooking, drizzle over cooked meat just before serving, or serve at the table.

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10 comments:

  1. Mary we eat lots of pork, will be trying this one for sure. Thanks for sharing it.

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  2. I cooked pork chops for dinner tonight; wish I'd read this post first! sounds yummy.

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  3. Okay, I have so many of your recipes to make already, you really have to stop making such yummy looking dishes/recipes or I am never going to get to them all. Wink.

    This sauce over my Daddies fried pork chops. I will be blogging about that soon. Yum!

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  4. I love honey mustard sauce - I could put it on anything! What an interesting idea adding cajun seasoning; I would never have thought of it. Thanks!

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  5. Wonderful as usual! I made it tonight to go with the pork loin we made. I also made your recipe for honey mustard sauce! Our dinner was fabulous. Thanks again for sharing all of your recipes with us!
    Michelle

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  6. I googled "Pork chops with honey mustard sauce" and came across this recipe. I have always liked your recipes before so with no hesitation I was eager to this one (added a touch more honey), and had amazing results! I sauted some pork chops in olive oil and butter til they got a nice brown color, flipped over sauted another minute, then added this sauce as a glaze. I sauted another 5-8 minutes and they turned out juicy and perfectly seasoned! Thank you!

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  7. I googled "Pork chops with honey mustard sauce" and came across this recipe. I have always liked your recipes before so with no hesitation I was eager to this one (added a touch more honey), and had amazing results! I sauted some pork chops in olive oil and butter til they got a nice brown color, flipped over sauted another minute, then added this sauce as a glaze. I sauted another 5-8 minutes and they turned out juicy and perfectly seasoned! Thank you!

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