Talk:Frankfurter salad with mustard dressing

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I love Tivall vegetarian hot dog sausages (hard to get here but most supermarkets do their own version), so would also be a good recipe for veggies, except that you are the only person I know who likes caraway seeds and vile American mustard. Yuk! I would use watercress in stead of spinach.  :-)--JuliaBalbilla 20:35, 11 December 2010 (GMT)

Try it, it's very nice. I think the sqeezy-mustard shot is a little unfair - it's only used in the dressing and I had already added that it was better with wholegrain. The caraway however makes the dressing in my (humble) opinion.

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--Chef 09:06, 12 December 2010 (GMT)

I have only tried American mustard once in Gazpacho ligero con mostaza and found it very sickly. French's I think it was called but I binned it in the end as it was rotting in the back of a cupboard because no-one liked it. I will and get some German mustard, although that is not so easy to find nowadays. Re wholegrain mustard, some I like, but again others can be sickly tasting as well. I like aniseed but loathe caraway, although I do like Kummel, the German liqueur made from caraway seeds! I shall use celery seeds instead. Wish I'd spotted this recipe on Friday because I put in an order to Sainsbury's then. Am using my tagine for the first time today. Have had it since June. --JuliaBalbilla 10:28, 12 December 2010 (GMT)

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