Is there a difference in dijon and deli mustard??

It is for a recipe and I have no clue…. Thanks!

6 Answers

  1. If you need dijon and you have deli, add a little wine or beer to replicate the flavor. (Sometimes dijons are made with beer, I swear.) In the absence of either, try a splash of vinegar.

    If you need deli and you have dijon, it’s a little more tricky, but if it’s only a little, it shouldn’t matter too much as long as you like the flavor of dijon.

  2. Dijon is made with wine and is alot stronger.

    The mustard is also alot more concentrated then deli mustard.

    Regular deli mustard dosen’t have the bite that dijon does.

    If the recipe calls for deli mustard and your going to use dijon, I would cut the amount down a little.

    If it’s the opposite way around I would use the same amount of deli mustard in place of the dijon.

  3. Deli Mustard

  4. ye sthere is a big difference…

    Deli Mustard

    A brown mustard seasoned with garlic, dark brown sugar, ginger, allspice, and cinnamon. Flecks of spice dot the mustard.

    Dijon Mustard

    smoother, less biting product.

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