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Mustard Yoghurt & Thyme Sauce
MIX, whisk, stir – all ingredients together in a bowl.
TASTE and adjust to your liking – salt, mustard warmth + vinegar acidity.
STORE in a glass jar in the fridge.
* DAIRY-FREE or Dairy – use plain yoghurt that is dairy or plant-based ~ your choice.
MUSTARD – use seeded, dijon or any combination of those with added flavours like horseradish would be great!
THYME – use fresh or dried – SWAP for rosemary, oregano, chives, dill, parsley, sage – or any combo of those.