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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Sweet Cider Mustard Dip

Celebrating Oktoberfest or hosting the game this week? Want a dip that's not dairy based? Here's a great dip that's as good with pretzels as it is with sausage and cheese! Tangy and sweet with some mustardy heat... And it takes about 8 minutes to whip up. This might just become one of your signature party dishes!
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My son is crazy about this dip, he says there's a popular sandwich shop in Philly that 
uses something very similar on sandwiches.

Sweet Cider Mustard Dip-from Sweet Pea
1/2 C sugar
1/4 C dry mustard powder
pinch of salt
1 egg
1/3 C cider vinegar
  1. Put everything into a blender or food processor (I used my 3 cup KA Chopper). Blend for a few seconds, scrape down sides and mix again.
  2. Pour into pot/8" skillet a cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, for about 5 minutes, until it thickens up a bit.
  3. Cool completely, it will thicken more once it cools. 
  4. Serve with pretzels, sausage, kielbasa, Little Smokies, chicken nuggets, cubed cheese, ham-anything that sounds good with mustard!

26 comments:

  1. Lynn, I bet this will knock people's socks off! I can just imagine this spread on a ham sandwich, or roast beef or a grilled cheese! Possibilities are endless, and on a warm soft pretzel? Cocktail franks?? Regular franks???? corned beef sandwich? Lynn, look what you started! xo

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  2. Great dip...I always put mustard on my sandwiches and can see this being an excellent spread, too :)

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  3. I can think of all sorts of uses for this yummy mustard dip. I would start with dunking little chunks of sharp cheddar cheese in it. Yummy.

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  4. I'll bet it smells good. Comfy and homey.

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  5. That sounds great!

    I'm hosting a fall themed link up and would love to have you join!

    http://redcrowgreencrow.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/fall-into-the-holidays-2-happy-misgivings-day/

    Katie @ Horrific Knits

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  6. I would love this with chicken fingers! What a fun fall dip.

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  7. I'll bet that is so good! Have you ever had the honey mustard sauce at Chick fil A? I wonder if this tastes like that. Can't wait to try it out.

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  8. Perfect! Like Cathy, I can think of many ways I could use it.....chicken, as Julie mentioned, and maybe some spread on a sandwich...I would like to try sliced apples....

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  9. I'm so glad you liked this. I need to make it again now that it's football season.

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  10. I think you could be right on this one! I'll be whipping up some before the Cubs can lose another game!! (Sob!!)

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  11. Yum!!!....this sounds like my kinda dip a little spicy and a little sweet...Hey how did you make the pretels look like that in the photo...do you use picmonkey,pizap,???? I love this!!...I was trying to figure out what you had around the dip and I kept looking,and I think it's more pretels,right????

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    1. Hey Jo! Just pretzels, I used pizap, kinda fun to play with it every once in a while:@)

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  12. Oh.. the boys would love this while watching football!!!

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  13. What a great picture! How about our EAGLES????? THEY HAD A SLUGFEST!
    I have made a similar mustard so I know that your mustard is a winner! So glad you posted it. I have not been able to find my spicy/sweet mustard recipe in years! Thanks for sharing at ON THE MENU MONDAY!
    FLY EAGLES FLY... ON THE ROAD TO........

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  14. First of all, I love your picture!! Second of all, I can't wait to make this dip. I love it when I have everything and don't have to go to the grocery.

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  15. That dip would be perfect for regular ole hot dogs! I love mustard! Hugs!

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  16. Very creative! Thanks for joining our Countdown to Fall link party! Have a great week! :)
    http://dixie-n-dottie.blogspot.com/

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  17. I love dips. This one's my favorite. I'm going to try this. Thanks for the recipe. I love your blog.

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  18. We love dips. Bet we'd love this one, too.
    As long as the 5 minutes cooked that egg, I'd be fine with it. :))
    xo

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  19. This sounds so good. I will be making this for my son to bring to his friends house for the next Patriots game.

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  20. Can't wait to try it, and perfect for the Autumn season!

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  21. Your Sweet Cider Mustard Dip sounds wonderful - it's perfect for fall!

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  22. Our Football crowd will just love this dip, it is a winner! Hope you have a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  23. Hello!
    This looks delicious!

    Do you use white or brown sugar?

    Have a Joyful Day :~D
    Charlie

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