Sunday, March 10, 2013

Pineapple Mustard Dipping Sauce

Need an appy for St. Pat's or Easter dinner? I made this Pineapple Mustard Dipping Sauce and love the fun gold color for spring! It's kinda sweet, kinda mustardy and the touch of cinnamon balances it out well. The best thing is the mustard doesn't overpower it and you can taste pineapple.
I served it with Hillshire Farms Turkey Lit'l Smokies.
Don't hesitate to use anything from sliced kielbasa to mini franks, this is really fun folks!
Note: This recipe is plenty enough for 3-4 packs of mini wienies and easily halved:@)

Pineapple Mustard Dipping Sauce
1 can (20 oz) crushed pineapple, with juice-use 1 C if cutting recipe in half
1/4 C prepared yellow mustard
1 C sugar
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 C cornstarch mixed with enough water to make it pourable-approx 2 Tblsp
  1. Run the pineapple through a food processor or blender, the smoother the better.
  2. Add everything except cornstarch and water to a 2 quart pot.
  3. Heat to a boil, reduce heat.
  4. Add cornstarch slurry, cook until it thickens enough to coat a spoon.
  5. Serve with heated meat.

27 comments:

  1. This looks like a great snack for watching The Bachelor season finale tomorrow night! ;P

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  2. Hi lovely lady.
    This look so good can you put this on Ham ? I hope you are having a wonderful weekend with your family.
    XXOO Diane

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    1. I haven't tried baking it on ham... but don't hesitate to add this to a gravy boat and pass it around the table:@)

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  3. This sounds delicious, Lynn. Nice with sliced ham or spread on a sandwich. xo

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  4. I never thought of pineapple and mustard together - sound good. sandie

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  5. Yum! I love those Lil' Smokies, and this looks like a great flavor combination to go with them. :)

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  6. Yum it looks so good. Thanks for recipe I am going to try it.
    Have a great week.
    Mary

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  7. You come up with the most interesting combinations. Never would have thought of pineapple and mustard together. I'll give it a try.

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  8. Yum, this one has been pinned. I love mustard and pineapple, who knew the two together would be good!

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  9. Oh this looks and sounds so GOOD! We love those little smokies around here, I've never tried the turkey ones, are they just as good? I bet this is good with chicken and ham too...Thanks so much!
    Jenna

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  10. This is a keeper because I love pineapple and all mustard dips. No mayo for me.

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  11. Mmm...how would this be with a spicy mustard?

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    1. Good but much more mustard-y... also a bit darker:@)

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  12. I never know what to do with crushed pineapple. Now I know!

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  13. Mmmm another yummy dip to try! I love that it has pineapple and cinnamon in it. How does this compare with the other mustard dip?

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    1. The Sweet Cider Mustard Dip is amazing (check the Recipe Index) but the predominant flavor is mustard, this one is pineapple:@)

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  14. My mother used to make something similar, Lynn, and I always loved it. Thanks for reminding me with this post.

    xo,

    Sheila

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  15. This sounds so good and will be perfect for my ever growing gluten free family memebrs to eat as an appetizer! Thanks!

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  16. Your dipping sauce sound great Lynn! Love the color! Have you ever had Sister Schubert's sausage rolls from the freezer section? They would be great with a little dip :)

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  17. Yumly to the tum.Not only is this beautiful,I love recipes that are sweet & tangy.

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  18. I love mustard dipping sauces! The pineapple in this one sounds delicious - especially with those little smokies :)

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  19. You know - that doesn't sound good at first - but I bet it really is. Sweet and sour - like.

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  20. This looks wonderful. I'm imagining it on all kinds of appetizers, sandwiches, crackers, etc. YUM!

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  21. What a great recipe, perfect for upcoming season of barbeque and picnics!!By the way, I’m hosting a Link-Up party and would be thrilled if you decided to participate!!!
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  22. Lynn, this is a fabulous Dipping Sauce, can't wait to try it out. Have a great St. Patrick's Day and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  23. My family loves those little smokie links and I look forward to trying this dipping sauce. I love the flavor combination. Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  24. Ohhh this sounds delicious! I love the sound of the mustard with the pineapple - that sounds wonderful!

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