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Miss Piggy Mustard Sauce
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Miss Piggy Mustard Sauce
Got this on a BBQ mailing list today. Looks pretty interesting. I think I'll make some tonight... :wink:

Miss Piggy Mustard Sauce


1 cup mustard
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup brown sugar, light
2 tablespoons chili powder
1 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon white pepper
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 tablespoon hot sauce
1 teaspoon soy sauce, dark
2 tablespoons butter

Combine all ingredients except soy sauce and butter. Add the vinegar last.
Add to your desired thickness. To cut the heat, just adjust the hot sauce
and the cayenne.

Simmer for 10 minutes.

Remove from heat and add butter and soy sauce.

-joe

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06-15-2006 03:18 PM
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Looks interesting.

Also could be a bit hot. There's a fair amount of heat in there.

I'd be tempted to cut the chili powder (cumin, oregano, garlic, salt and ground chile). cumin and oregano don't seem to ge adding much to the harmony of the sauce and there's already other chile sources. The garlic, on the other, hand, I'd have to add some garlic powder. Salt too of course. I'm a little surprised the recipe doesn't list any. Not that much included in the other ingredients.

Phil
06-15-2006 05:14 PM
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Do you think you'd really need much salt at all, on top of the mustard? Adding vinegar can simulate saltiness, as well. Especially a cider vinegar.

Good points, though. I want to try it as-is first, as Gary Wiviott posted an updated formula for this with much more chile. That will be next on the list. Smile

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06-15-2006 05:53 PM
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I was thinking that the heat and sour would need some salt to balance it.

I guess it depends heavily on the mustard you use. I'd be leaning toward a dijon, or a Guldens spicy brown, maybe half and half of each.

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06-15-2006 08:10 PM
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