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Is there a substitute for creole mustard?

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wincountrygirl Sep 11, 2010 08:39 AM

Hi Ch-ers - I am cooking Anne Burrell's rib recipe and it calls for creole mustard. I can't find it anywhere. Does anyone know of a good substitute? Thanks!

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    Val RE: wincountrygirl Sep 11, 2010 11:03 AM

    Zatarain's makes it...if you have any gourmet shops around that you could call? Or even a Whole Foods perhaps?

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      wincountrygirl RE: Val Sep 11, 2010 01:10 PM

      My supermarket used to carry it. The only gourmet shop I had time to stop in today did not have it.

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      MikeG RE: wincountrygirl Sep 11, 2010 11:09 AM

      I'm from the Northeast so what do I know but to my taste, French coarse-grained mustard is virtually identical, at least to the commercial Zatarain's creole mustard I've tasted. If it's just a small amount among a lot of other ingredients, I think you could safely use almost any mustard as a sub, coarse-grained or not.

      [Edit: Fwiw, I have seen Zatarain's mustard at Whole Foods.)

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        wincountrygirl RE: MikeG Sep 11, 2010 01:11 PM

        And I was there yesterday but didn't think of it. It is about 1/2 hour from me so not worth the trip. I'll try the coarse grain. It's only 2 TB. Thanks!

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          Adrienne RE: wincountrygirl Sep 11, 2010 02:14 PM

          I lived in Louisiana for 3 years and I still can't taste the difference between Creole Mustard and any other standard grainy mustard.

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            wincountrygirl RE: Adrienne Sep 11, 2010 02:56 PM

            Glad to hear it since I just got the grainy. We'll see!

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        cocktailhour RE: wincountrygirl Sep 12, 2010 05:57 PM

        the llittle jar of creole mustard I have is a bit more vinegary than my coarse dijon. but it's pretty similar and now I know (it took me a while to find and buy creole mustard too!) I will probably just substitute, maybe with a little vinegar added.

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