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What Type Of Mustard Do I Need For the One Pan Sage And Onion Chicken And Sausage?

Asked by johngn. Answered on 3rd January 2023

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For the One Pan Sage And Onion Chicken And Sausage is it 2tsp of mustard powder or 2tsp of ready mixed mustard?

One Pan Sage and Onion Chicken and Sausage
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One Pan Sage and Onion Chicken and Sausage
By Nigella
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Nigella's One Pan Sage And Onion Chicken And Sausage (from FEAST) is an easy one-pan dish that has marinated chicken cooked alongside sausages. It has the traditional sage and onon flavours of a Sunday roast chicken, made more piquant with the addition of mustard and Worcestershire sauce.

The recipe uses English mustard and this means the type of mustard already mixed, from a jar or tube. This is much easier to find for most people than the mustard powder. Normally the default is the ready mixed type of English mustard and we state "mustard powder" if that is to be used. If you are using mustard powder then you should mix one teaspoon of the powder with one teaspoon of cold water for the equivalent amount. However, bear in mind that mustard made from powder tends to be slightly stronger than mustard from a jar. So if you prefer less heat then you may want to slightly reduce the amount of mustard used in the marinade if you mix it up yourself from powder.

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