Just in time for the holidays, the National Mustard Museum shares some of its favorite recipes!
Spice up those side dishes this year with – you guessed it – MUSTARD!
It sounds crazy, zany and maybe a little bit spicey, and the National Mustard Museum houses thousands of mustards for every taste. Patti Bridges, owner of the storefront, knows her stuff. She recently shared a couple of her personal favorite side dishes for Thanksgiving and our staff had the pleasure of giving them a try.
“These were surprisingly easy, I had everything I needed at home – and of course picked up the mustard from the Mustard Museum,” said Mari Olson with Middleton Tourism. “I will definitely make these again – it was like an explosion of flavor on my plate.”
Here are links to printable 4×6 recipe cards for Lakeside Horseradish Mashed Potatoes and Praline Sweet Potato Casserole.
Don’t forget to check out the National Mustard Museum’s website for more recipe options – there are at least three recipes for the Dr. Pete’s Praline Mustard Glaze!
Here is another of Patti’s favorites – a perfect solution for leftover Thanksgiving turkey (just swap out chicken for turkey in the recipe). This Curried (Turkey) Salad is equally as delicious!
The National Mustard Museum is located in downtown Middleton and is offering in-store shopping and shipping.
Looking for a unique gift for the mustard lover in your family? Check out “The Art of Mustard,” by Barry Levenson, the National Mustard Museum’s curator and original owner of the museum.Categories: