I didn't have Dijon mustard so used Scottish Crofters (wholegrain) and when it went in the oven, I thought OMG it looks terrible and my hubbie's going to hate it. Yet the end product looked much nicer than I expected, and the taste is absolutely superb. It's not a strong taste, but rather sweet and ironically you would hardly know the mustard's there. Following on from previous reviewers, I think this would be a nice marinade for other meats. And as I still have some white wine left, as being red wine drinkers we don't normally have it in the house and I had to buy a 250 cl bottle specially, I think I'll try it with Pork Loin tomorrow.
Thank you for this recipe, it's definitely a keeper and I would never even have dreamt of putting such strong flavours with Salmon, yet it works perfectly.
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I didn't have Dijon mustard so used Scottish Crofters (wholegrain) and when it went in the...