Monday, July 16, 2012

Uncle Phil's Mustard Review

For our big BBQ, Uncle Phil's mustard sent us several mustard varieties to try out. Now, normally I don't like any mustard but yellow mustard, but I thought I would try something new and provide this for my guests who like different mustard varieties.
Uncle Phil's Mustard comes in six different varieties: Polish, Chipotle, Honey, Spicy Brown, Sweet & Sassy and Dijon Mustard. What makes Uncle Phil's Mustard especially great to me is that they are based out of my home state, Wisconsin!! That means they KNOW just how to make the perfect mustard for tailgates. How could this get any better? Well it just did! A case of SIX bottles of mustard in the flavor of your choice starts at only $6.50! You must purchase Uncle Phil's online or look for them in stores in the Midwest, mainly Wisconsin. Plus, if you're in Wisconsin for a Saturday Badger football game, Uncle Phil's has a tailgate party and if you stop by you can try out some of their mustard and take home some free product!!
As I mentioned previously, I hardly stray from plain old yellow mustard, but I didn't mind the honey mustard variety. In fact, I would say the Honey Mustard was my favorite flavor of all of them. I put some of my Uncle Phil's Honey Mustard on my ham sandwich with some swiss cheese and King's Hawaiian bread and it tasted great! I did try some of the Dijon on my finger and it sure tasted like Dijon mustard, but since I am not a huge fan of Dijon I personally didn't like it. I will tell you though, that a lot of my family members would love it and I am sure it would taste amazing in a recipe! For those that tried the different mustards at our BBQ, they said they were very flavorful and would go great on brats or chicken!


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Here is a recipe from Savvy Saving Couple:

Summertime Potato Salad
5 regular sized potatoes
1/2 cup mayo
1 Tablespoon Uncle Phil's Dijon mustard
1/4 cup chopped Mt. Olive Pickles
1 celery stalk
1 chopped onion-use as much as you wish
 Ground pepper
1 boiled egg

Boil the chopped potatoes. When coole,d add all the ingredients above. Chill in fridge
Thanks Savvy Saving Couple!

Here is another recipe from Couponing With Boys:

Ketchup and Mustard Meatloaf

1 lb ground beef
1 egg, beaten
1 cup bread crumbs
1 cup oats
3 Tablespoons onion flakes or 1 small onion, chopped

Mix all ingredients and form a loaf

1/4 cup ketchup
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup Uncle Phil's Honey Mustard (or try Spicy Brown Mustard)

Mix all 3 ingredients together and pour over meatloaf

Bake meatloaf at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Recipe doubles or triples easily, depending on your needs. For 6 people, I usually use 2-3lbs of meat.

Thanks Couponing With Boys!

Disclaimer: I received a free product to test for my review! These views are my own and were not at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity.

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