Sunday, July 21, 2013

Orange Mustard Glaze for Poultry or Pork

If you're fond of orange you'll love this Orange Mustard Glaze! I saw it in Food Network Magazine topping a turkey burger but it would be great on any cut of grilled turkey, chicken or pork (including ham, a ham steak on the grill is good stuff folks!). The glaze gets added after the meat has cooked, spoon it on liberally right before serving. I had it on a pork chop and enjoyed every-single-bite:@)
I chose to clean my jalapenos well so I didn't notice any heat. Don't see why you couldn't sub red or green bell pepper for the jalapeno if desired. All of the flavors mingled well and it had a very nice level of sweetness. Don't hesitate to give this one a try!

Orange Mustard Glaze-from Food Network Magazine June 2013
They say this is enough for 6 burgers
2 Tblsp vegetable oil
1/2 C yellow onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 C jalapenos, diced with seeds-I omitted the seeds and membranes
1 (9 oz) jar orange marmalade with peel
1 Tblsp dijon mustard
1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1/8 tsp chili powder
  1. Heat oil in medium skillet over medium/high heat. Add onion, jalapenos and *garlic, saute until the onion is translucent, about 10 minutes. *I suggest not adding the garlic until the onion is almost done. 
  2. Add the rest and cook for about 2 minutes, until fully combined and slightly thickened.
Eat well and have a happy day:@)

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20 comments:

  1. My husband used to make something similar with orange marmalade and limes that was brushed on chicken in the final stages of grilling. I would like the notch of heat the jalapenos bring.

    Happy weekend Lynn.
    Sam

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  2. Yep, I generally add garlic into a hot pan towards the end. It tends to burn easily otherwise.... this recipe looks like one I would enjoy. xox

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  3. This sounds like a great glaze to brighten up chicken. I bet its delicious on top of baked Brie for a party too!

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  4. and i was waiting for a pic of earl knee deep in it! :)

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  5. Just took a tenderloin out to thaw...this looks like a great topper!

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  6. I think that combination would taste so good - pinned it!

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  7. Alejandro loves to make pork and even cook lately and this great récipe he is going to love! Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week.
    FABBY

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  8. This sounds delicious and looks delicious. I'm copying the recipe for using soon.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  9. Looks and sounds delicious. Glad you enjoyed every bite! I see the three little pigs in your header are having a fun summer, too. xo

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  10. This really does sound delicious!! I'm going to give this a try. Thanks!!
    Jane

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  11. YUMMY! I'd love a serving of this right now! I can just about taste it and I love the idea of adding it after it is cooked. Yes, it would be great on ham, too. Another of your recipes that I must try.
    p.s. Hope your son had a great birthday!

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  12. That looks delicious! I'm going to give it a try. Thanks for sharing and have a great week.

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  13. Sweet and spicy! That sounds so good for chicken! Thanks. Sweet hugs and Happy birthday to your son!

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  14. Sounds yummy! Passing this one along to the chef. ;-)

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  15. This sounds and looks so......good!

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  16. Hello! How are you? I wish I had this recipe over the weekend. My boneless pork chops were so dry. I much prefer bone in.

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  17. Sounds so yum! I'll try it on my burgers tonight.
    Thanks!
    Patti

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  18. It sounds delicious and perfect for summer grilling. This would taste great on pork too!

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  19. Oh that looks so good! It would be great slathered on a roll with a slice of pork tenderloin too! Bring on the hat~ love the addition of the jalapenos! :)

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