How to make a simple, healthy, low calorie, no sugar mixed mustard dressing for salads, vegetables, sides & proteins like tofu, fish & chicken. Add mustard dressings adds warmth to salads to aid digestion. You can make this oil-free – see tips & suggestions.
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Mixed Mustard Dressing
ADD ALL INGREDIENTS to a mason jar, salad dressing bottle or bowl.
LID ON shake well or whisk until combined and slightly creamy = emulsification.
TASTE add salt or extra mustard, oil or water to your liking.
STORE covered in the fridge; shake well before serving.
OIL-FREE you can make oil-free by using water instead of olive oil; the flavour and consistency will change.
VINEGAR use 2tbsp apple cider or rice or white wine or white balsamic vinegar.
SWAP vinegar for lemon or orange juice