Punchy mustard sauce for hardy vegetables

I love using this mustard sauce on hardy vegetables like Brussels sprouts, asparagus, or green beans. You can also use it with meat or fish. Here is an example of chicken with mustard sauce.

Health Benefits Of Mustard Seed

  • We’ve cultivated mustard since 3,000 BC. The seeds were ground and mixed with wine to make a paste. People ate the paste with meats to help digest the protein and stimulate the secretion of digestive juices. So mustard seeds enhance digestive function.
  • The sulfur compounds in mustard seeds have strong antiseptic and antimicrobial qualities.
  • Mustard seed oil components irritate the cell membranes, and by doing so, they increase blood flow to the area. For this reason, people traditionally used them topically to reduce inflammation in joints and congestion in the respiratory tract.

Health Benefits Of Olive Oil

  • Olive oil is one of the most stable plant oils due to its high monounsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E content.
  • Olive oil’s unique composition of fatty acids and antioxidants is heart-protective. Other compounds dilate blood vessels, reduce blood pressure, and prevent stroke. Lastly, olive oil suppresses genes that promote inflammation and heart disease, making it even more beneficial for heart health.
  • Some olive and olive oil components have been found to inhibit the growth of breast cancer and the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
  • When used topically, olive oil has a tremendous ability to repair skin and heal many dermatological conditions.
  • Olive oil should only be extracted using mechanical cold press to preserve heat-sensitive polyphenols. Unrefined extra virgin olive oil is best for sauces and dressings.
  • However, if you’d like to use olive oil for cooking, I recommend using refined or filtered extra virgin oil.

Punchy Mustard Sauce


¼ cup Maille Dijon Mustard
2-3 Tbsp Organic White Wine Vinegar
1/2 cup olive oil
salt and pepper

  1. In a bowl, mix mustard, salt, pepper and vinegar.
  2. Slowly drip the oil and constantly mix using a Whisk to combine the sauce’s ingredients.
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