Dijon mustard is a good and tasty alternative to the yellow mustard. Dijon mustard is versatile and can be used not only as a condiment for burgers and dogs hot , but also to give a gourmet touch to meat, fish or pan meals. Make Dijon mustard is easier than you think and requires only a few minutes and a few basic ingredients.
Pour champagne or white wine in a small frying pan and bring to the boil. Add garlic and onion and let the mixture simmer for 5 minutes. Put the mixture into a bowl and let cool completely.
Removing onion and garlic passing the mixture through a sieve. Put the mixture in a pan with cold champagne. Add dry mustard and begins to beat until completely combined.
Heat over medium heat stirring constantly with a whisk until it forms a smooth mixture. Pour Tobasco, honey and salt, and heat until it becomes thick.
Remove the pan from heat and let cool completely. Pour fresh Dijon mustard into a plastic container or glass and keep it in the refrigerator. You can use it immediately, but is best left to stand for 48 hours to allow flavors to blend.