French’s Dijon Mustard and French’s Honey Mustard Dipping sauce: Adding some spice to our meal! » Moana Saves

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Mar 07

French’s Dijon Mustard and French’s Honey Mustard Dipping sauce: Adding some spice to our meal!

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French’s has some new great products. First the Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce was easily used as dip for our chicken nuggets, as well as a favored condiment on my husbands sandwich. He is the biggest mustard fan I’ve met, and will usually say, “This needs more mustard” when applying it to his hamburgers or sandwiches. It was welcomed by both my 3 year old and 19 month old as their finger licking was inevitable with such a yummy taste!

The Honey Mustard dipping sauce bottle had several suggestions and included using it for dipping vegetables which I hesitated to try but found my daughter and husband loved it regardless of what it was used for.

The second product we tried by French’s Dijon Mustard with Chardonnay.  I utilized their website that can be found on the back of the bottle.  I clicked on mustard, and found the exact product I was trying out.  I selected a chicken recipe and created a marinade.  They had a variety of sauces to use on different meats or to use it in creating a vinegarette.  I had no idea mustard had so many uses. The  extra tang was a highlight of the dish!

Mustard is a favorite in our home, and mostly used as a condiment.  I found great benefits to adding it in our meals to add some spice to the typical chicken dinner.   Tonight’s menu will also include a recipe using the Dijon Mustard found on their website called Chicken with Creamy Dijon Herb sauce.  I’m sure it will be a hit like the past two meals were.  Both mustards were different but very tasty.  I highly recommend trying these and finding the best way to add them to your meals.  Use the tips and recipes from the French’s website and enjoy!

French’s products can be found in most grocery stores nationwide. French’s Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce is available in a 12 oz. squeeze bottle and has a suggested retail price of $2.49  and the suggested retail price for French’s Dijon Mustard is $2.99.

 

**I was not compensated for writing this review on either of these products.*

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