Sounds crazy, right? But with 5-star reviews like “without a doubt, one of the best things I have ever eaten”, it’s safe to say this one deserves a try. On his Food Network show, Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello, the Napa Valley chef adds dijon to his cranberry sauce that he features in his recipe for “Turkey Scallopine Milanese with Mustard Cranberry Sauce”.
If you scroll down the recipe, you’ll see specific instructions for making the mustard cranberry sauce, and in the ingredients list is where he calls for 3 tbsp of dijon mustard. An excellent dijon to try with this is the Edmond Fallot Dijon Mustard, a 2010 Gold Medal Dijon at the World-Wide Mustard Competition. Or, if you’d like a little sweeter touch, you could try one of our other favorites that adds a touch of pureed apple mixed into this cranberry mustard, which is delicious with turkey — Wisconsin Wilderness Cranberry Mustard.