08 January 2017

Mustard and Applesauce

Baked in the oven, kielbasa and butter with garlic on a wheat English muffin...and on the side, unsweetened applesauce mixed with a dab of Dijon mustard is nice Sunday brunch. The muffin is to sop up the leftover applesauce and mustard.

Unsweetened applesauce, ready made or boiling an apple to make your own,  is a good base for mixing your own sauces. Think blueberry jam with a shake of cinnamon on a burger or pumpkin butter with a touch of white wine on a bowl of Brussels sprouts.

Be creative!

6 comments:

  1. It looks delicious! And so simple to make! Dear friend, wishing you a healthy, sparkling, creative New Year! A big thank you for your kind visits , they mean a lot to me!
    Happy new year ahead and see you soon!
    Olympia

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    1. Hello and Happy New Year Olympia to You & Yours!
      Your pictures of the snow there are as enchanting as any Vermont snowy woods. That big tree by the road is stunning.

      Wishing you warmth!

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  2. Yum! This looks very good. Will try the mustard and applesauce idea. LOVE the lampshade-how well that turned out! Also-I live not far from Cornell, and had forgotten all about the bird cam. I need to get back on that. The ornithology lab and trail are very nice.

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    1. Hello Debra,
      The small plastic portions of applesauce are handy for one meal. A jar may not get used up before it goes bad. I switched when I had too many applesauce jars get lost in the fridge. :) The Cornell Lab birds cam is also a source for taking photos of bird to use for paintings.
      Stay Warm!

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  3. Wow Maywyn - this sounds so good. I am a great fan of applesauce and kielbasi - never done the mustard thing - will give this a try. Your picture certainly got my tastebuds going :)!

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    1. Hi Debbie,
      The sunset colors were so vibrant that afternoon, it was surreal. December is usually the month for such sunsets. January surprises.

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