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Fallot Smooth Dijon Mustard

fallot smooth dijon mustard specialty foods

$6.00 / 7.4oz Jar
fallot smooth dijon mustard specialty foods
Fallot Smooth Dijon Mustard
  • by Fallot
  • France

This traditional French mustard is produced by an independent, family-run mustard mill. Fallot Smooth Dijon Mustard has an aromatic profile and nuanced flavor that’s tart, piquant, and just slightly herbaceous. Equally delicious on a sandwich or a hunk of rustic cheese, this mustard pairs well with smoky sausages like Fabrique Delices Merguez and toasty, butterscotch-like cheeses such as Challerhocker.

“No mustard is more alluring than Fallot Dijon. It doesn't overpower my palate the way most mustards do, and I especially crave it in homemade vinaigrettes, dipping sauces, and meat marinades. When I incorporate it into a recipe, I reach for wines from Burgundy for a terroir-driven pairing, or even sherry!”
Murray’s National Team – Des Moines, IA
Water, Mustard Seed, Spirit Vinegar,Salt, Potassium Metabisulphite,Citric Acid, And Spice.
  • Dijon mustard is named for the French city of Dijon, which is the capital of the Côte-d'Or département and of the Burgundy region.
  • The mustard was first created in 1856, when Jean Naigeon substituted verjuice--the acidic juice of unripened grapes--for vinegar in a traditional mustard recipe.
  • Etablissements Edmond Fallot predates the invention of Dijon. This family-run operation has been producing mustard in the town of Beaune, just to the south of Dijon, since 1840.
  • Fallot uses traditional methods to create their mustard, including grinding the seeds using a millstone to avoid damaging the paste.
  • Mustard as a category includes a wide range of flavors, and Dijon is known for its pungent profile and horseradish-like flavoring, which makes it a popular condiment for cheeses, meats, dressings, and marinades.
  • Steeped in family history and French artisan tradition, Fallot Mustard Mill, founded in 1840, is the last independent and family-run mustard mill in Burgundy, France.
  • They still use traditional stone-milling mustard-making techniques today.
  • Their Burgundy Mustard has obtained a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI), a sign of quality in France and across Europe. It’s manufactured using mustard seeds grown in Burgundy and AOC Burgundy wine.
Gluten Free, Non GMO

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