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Creole mustard is a condiment found most commonly in the Southeastern region of the United States, specifically Louisiana. A staple in New Orleans-style cuisine, which is a blend of Spanish, French, African and German influences. .Creole mustard uses Dijon style mustard as a base, with Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce added for spice and kick. It owes its grainy appearance to the use of whole mustard seeds instead of ground mustard seeds.
Creole mustard is a versatile condiment featured on po' boy sandwiches and used in sauces, dressings and dips for everything from vegetables to salads to pretzels and chips. It can be used to create a marinade for meats, and can be incorporated into seafood dishes, such as crab cakes, battered seafood or served as a glaze or dipping sauce, as well. It is also the key ingredient found in New Orleans-style or Creole-style remoulade sauce.
- Creole Mustard Dressing is made with stone-ground mustard seeds
- Cajun Cuisine: Authentic Cajun Recipes from Louisiana's Bayou Country, ISBN 978-0935619003
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