Friday Night Treat: Sausages with Maple Beer Mustard

It’s Friday!

I keep thinking that I need to make a Friday Night Treat button to put on the top of these posts but really, who wants a photo of my feet up on the couch with a glass of wine in my hands?

In our neck-of-the-woods it’s March Break.  

A lot of folks, myself included and the majority of the kids are off for a week.

Small one, DH and I are almost to Florida by the time your read this and small one will likely have one of her ‘kinis on already in anticipation.  

By-the-way, all potential robbers don’t bother-we have a friend staying at the house while we’re gone.

Whoosh!  That business out of the way how about a bit of fabulous food?

This is one of those recipes that it’s super handy to have in your back pocket. It’s a bit different, REALLY easy and needs very few ingredients.

What could be nicer than homemade mustard.  I’ve put this with cheese boards, burgers and our very favourite-grilled sausages.

You simply take ground mustard and add a wee bit of maple syrup.

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Pour in some yummy beer and

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a sprinkle of mustard seeds.

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Grill some yummy sausages and put them on a fun board for everyone to slather and enjoy.

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Friday Night Treat: Sausages with Maple Beer Mustard
 
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup ground mustard
  • 1 T maple syrup
  • pinch mustard seeds (I like the brown ones)
  • 3 T beer (I like to use a dark one)
Instructions
  1. Whisk mustard together. Note: you may need a little more beer to loosen the mixture up.
  2. Serve with grilled sausages and a little relax time.
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Comments

  1. Can I just say how much I always love your Friday night treats? They remind me so much of “weekend afternoon snacks” in my household. Invite me over on Friday night anytime, ok? :)

  2. Maple beer mustard sounds fantastic with sausage. Great treat indeed!

    xo,
    RJ

  3. But can you water bath can it?

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