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Magic Mustard Sauce for Microwave

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A good mustard sauce can elevate any piece of meat to new heights.

There are two magic features to this mustard sauce recipe

First of all it takes only about 10 minutes to make from start to finish,

and second you can swap the mustard-powder for curry-powder

and you have an amazing curry-sauce.

Magic Mustard sauce made in the microwave

Serves 3-4

1 serving is 115 cal.

 

This is what you need

 

2 tbsp flour

1 tbsp sugar

½ tsp salt

1 ½ – 2 tsp mustard powder

1 cup of milk (2 dl)

1 egg yolk

1 tbsp wine or apple vinegar

1 tbsp butter or margarine

How to make Magic Mustard Sauce in the microwave, step by step

 


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This is what you do

 

  1. Mix the flour, sugar, salt and mustard-powder in a micro safe bowl, stir in the milk

  2. Boil the sauce on full effect for about 3 minutes without lid. Give it a heavy stir every 30 sec.

  3. The sauce can easily boil over and the stirring will help avoid this.

  4. It also helps circulate the flour more evenly so you don’t get any lumps in your sauce.

  5. Take the sauce out of the microwave and stir in some “air” to make sure it isn’t still boiling.

  6. Mix in the egg yolk and then warm it up again for 30 sec – 1 min. On full effect

  7. “Season” to taste with vinegar. The sauce should be slightly sweet-sour

  8. Stir in the butter and you are ready to serve.

 

Notes; This Mustard Sauce goes very well with grilled pork-chops, smoked sausages and chicken

If you are making this sauce with any spice of your choice, please let me know in the comments below how it turned out




If you have any questions and suggestions related to this recipe, please leave a comment below

If you you like my magic mustard sauce, please click here to see more of my recipes.

 

 

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4 Responses

  1. Tom says:

    Hi Marith- I am a big fan of mustard and really enjoyed your post. Directions were easy to follow and again I like to be able to follow along with the beautiful images. I was thinking of replicating this with just a touch of cinnamon- Can’t wait to try this out!

    ~Tom

    • Marith says:

      Hi Tom, I think your idea with a touch of cinnamon would work out very well. Would love to hear how it turns out, good luck!

  2. Peter says:

    Yes I too found this easy (and I’m a man) and getting ingredients here in Shanghai can be a little difficult but no problems with this one. Enjoyed making and tasted great too ha ha I’m a excellent cook now (or so my Chinese friends think ha ha) 🙂

    • Marith says:

      Thank you Peter, I too is a big fan of easy cooking. It is fun when our friends get impressed and we are the only ones that know how easy it was 😀

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