Friday, December 6, 2013

Colman's Dry and Prepared Mustard Review

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Colman's Mustard


The Holiday's are in full swing and that usually means, there will be plenty of Christmas parties, with delicious food!  Have you thought about adding Colman's Dry and Prepared Mustard to your recipes?  Condiments are always good in appetizers, but did you know you can use Colman's Mustard's in so many different kinds of recipes, like dips, sauces, salads, chicken wings and so many other recipes, even cookies?  Who would have ever thought you could use Colman's in a cookie recipe.  So, you see the possibilities are endless!

Mustard with a Kick!

About Colman's Dry Mustard Powder and Prepared Mustard


For this review, I received Coleman's Dry and Prepared Mustard!  I was excited to try these mustard's, not knowing what to expect.  I made some potato salad and decided to put both kinds of mustard's in it.  I can definitely say it has a nice spicy kick to it!  It kinda reminds me of horseradish and mustard.

With all of your Holiday recipes, remember to spice up those recipes, with Coleman's Mustard's!

Coleman's Mustard's gives a real kick to foods, it's not for the faint-hearted!  The secret weapon delivers layers of flavor and slow-building heat to anything you stir, slather, pour, dip, top or chop!  Coleman's is fat-free, cholesterol-free and kosher.

The Colman's Original Prepared Mustard is a unique blend of brown and white mustard seeds and it turns everyday recipes into blazing taste sensations!

Colman's Double Superfine Mustard Powder has an ultra-fine consistency, that delivers maximum kick to your favorite dishes!  The 100% pure mustard flour is made from a zesty blend of brown and white mustard seeds that pack a flavorful sensation!


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Sarah L said... Best Blogger Tips

I always use the dry mustard in my deviled eggs. Good stuff.

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