Recipe by Maille®
"Asparagus, sugar snap peas, beans, and other vegetables are cooked until just crisp-tender, then tossed in homemade honey-Dijon dressing."
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Maille® Dijon Originale or Old Style Mustard
extra virgin olive oil
honey or maple syrup
Salt and pepper
vegetables such as asparagus, sugar snap peas, green or yellow beans, broccoli, cauliflower or baby carrots
Used the dressing on a spring vegetable salad. Divine!
Our family did not care for this at all. The mustard taste was overwhelming. I may try it again, but will use a different mustard as well as cut the amount in half.
Delicious dressing, interesting twist. Used sugar snap peas and frozen veggie mix. Great side for dinner on a weekday!!
Substituted rice wine vinegar for lemon and used Sarafino Apple Mystard. Yummy.
This "Maille® Vegetable Dijon Dressing" was quite delicious. I made mine with stone-ground mustard, and it had a lovely appearance owing to the mustard seeds. The sharpness of the mustard contrasted wonderfully with the tanginess of the lemon juice and the sweetness of the honey. I served it over steamed asparagus and fresh-sliced tomatoes and it was perfect. I will definitely make this recipe again. Thank you Maille for sharing your recipe.
I only used the dressing with artisan lettuce and chopped egg. It was excellent.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Maille(R) Vegetable Dijon Dressing
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 132
** Calories from Fat: 92
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