Colonel Mustard and the Silver Fox

Inspired by a brandy-swigging silver haired gentleman, this mustard sauce is high on flavor and low on preparation.  The thought of combining dry mustard with sweetened condensed milk had me intrigued.  When I read that it also required white vinegar, I was hooked.  I knew I had to try it.  Kudos to Martha Hall Foose for passing this along to the masses. 

Combine:  1/4 cup dry mustard, preferably Colman's
1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk 
1/2 cup white vinegar
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 teaspoon salt

Whisk it up well.



I used it to dress up my leftover roasted chicken and vegetables.  
A tad of sweet with a biting kick, it does not disappoint. 

The remaining sauce is resting quietly in a mason jar in my fridge, where it will keep for up to one month.  

It will not be there that long. 



Comments

  1. How wonderful! You know I'll have this made and in the refrigerator before the sun goes down. Thanks! I also have left over chicken.

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  2. That sounds easy and good... I copied the recipe down. Do you suppose regular condensed milk and honey would work? I think it probably would... Thanks!

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  3. That sounds like something I am going to have to try...I have chicken!!

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  4. if the sauce is as good as the picture, I can't wait.

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  5. I always enjoy trying new things..Colmens will be going on my market list, thanks! xo

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  6. Interesting. I would never have thought of this combination,

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  7. Yum! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  8. We have a similar favourite mustard here in South Africa,add some chilies to it too!

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  9. Yum! I love things with a little kick :-)

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  10. I like mustard and use it quite often...

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  11. Oh good, I can get Coleman's mustard here, so will have to give this a try. All the best in your coming beekeeping experience!! It's well worth the effort.

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  12. Well that chicken and veg. look pretty good all by themselves:) You can always send your left overs my way.....

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  13. Isn't the Silver Fox Charlie Rich? Your sauce looks delish, but I have to giggle. I thought your post was going to be about the game of CLUE for some reason. Maybe I had better go find the brandy bottle ;-)

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  14. OOOHH HHOOHOO! I might have to check that out!

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  15. It sounds interesting and tasty.

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  16. i love recipes that combine unusual ingredients and this one sounds like a winner. nice idea to serve it with some chicken and veggies - great way to keep portions under control but still offer a lot of flavor!

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  17. If that tastes anything like as good as it looks, I will be there at 7.

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  18. Seems easy and sounds like it would have a wonderful flavor...
    the great thing is that it last up to a month..

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  19. I love mustard and this sounds like a sweet and sour sauce! I'll be trying it!

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  20. This sounds like a delicious sauce. I love the tyaste of mustard and use Coleman's quite a bit!

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  21. That looks totally yummy! Fun music!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  22. Interesting. I can see how it would combine for a tasty dipping sauce. :)

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  23. Had to comment on this one since you used Colonel Mustard in your title. We often refer to our cat as Colonel Gustard. Love it!

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  24. oohhh...this sounds interesting. I'm always looking for something to spices this up!

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