I recently posted a recipe for turkey burgers and mentioned putting cranberry-honey mustard on it. My brother, Scott, the only member of my family keeping up with my blog, called to point out that I failed to mention a recipe for the sauce. Everyone's a critic;)
Little Turkey Sammies. He obviously hasn't been reading very long.
I make it two different ways. The long version is with a bottle of mustard, either dijon, plain or spicy brown, some raw honey and a can of cranberry sauce. The easy way is to use an already-mixed bottle of honey mustard. You can make it either way...
1 bottle honey mustard
1 can whole berry cranberry sauce
freshly ground black pepper
Stir two items together. Taste to see if a little plain or spicy brown mustard is needed. Add a little cracked black pepper if desired.
This sauce is great on turkey or ham sandwiches, as a meatloaf topping or thinned with a bit of canola oil and some sweet, fruity vinegar as a salad dressing. I keep it on hand in my refrigerator... The kids love it!