Tangy Mango Habanero Honey Mustard Sauce {Caribbean-Inspired Cooking - Day 4}

Friends, I'm here to tell you one thing: Never underestimate the power of a condiment. Now, I don't consider myself a foodie. I simply enjoy cooking, especially with food we grow in our backyard or source locally. Sometimes I create a real winner in the kitchen, but more often than I'd like to admit, I have a miss.

When I'm not feeling particularly risky - like when cooking an expensive steak or hard-to-come-by ingredients, I like to stay on the safe side by playing around with condiments that can accompany the main dish.

When Caribbean Trading Company sent us a bottle of their Mango Habanero Mustard, I knew a marinade or glaze would be a bit of a stretch for us. Instead, I whipped up a suuuuuuuper easy honey mustard sauce, starting this Mango Habanero Mustard.


To make your own honey mustard, just stick to the 2:1 ratio - 2 parts mustard, 1 part honey.


This Tangy Mango Habanero Honey Mustard was perfect with oven baked chicken strips. We also added a few dollops to the yolk mixture in deviled eggs for a spicy flavor infusion.


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2 comments:

  1. I'd probably use it on chicken.
    Thanks for such awesome posts!

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  2. Short ribs from CSA box.

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