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Learn how to make an easy oil-free vegan mustard dipping sauce that is perfect for dipping dumplings, baked potatoes, tacos, and raw veggies. It’s one of those quick and easy recipes that require no skills and minimal time.

Vegan Mustard Dipping Sauce with Yogurt [Video]

Learn how to make an easy vegan mustard dipping sauce that is perfect for dipping dumplings, baked potatoes, tacos, and raw veggies. It’s one of those quick and easy recipes that require no skills and minimal time.

What I love about this recipe:

  • Comes together in just 3 minutes.
  • Doesn’t require any special skills.
  • Makes a great meal prep item.
Learn how to make an easy oil-free vegan mustard dipping sauce that is perfect for dipping dumplings, baked potatoes, tacos, and raw veggies. It’s one of those quick and easy recipes that require no skills and minimal time.

How to Make Vegan Mustard Dipping Sauce

My mustard sauce is one of those dipping sauces that require only minimal skills and time. In fact, it’s ready in just a few minutes!

The Ingredients

The main ingredient in this mustard dipping sauce is plain oat yogurt. However, you may use any preferred plain plant yogurt. For example, almond, soy, hemp, or cashew yogurt. Make sure it’s unsweetened though.

Next, to add some sweetness, let’s add date syrup, which is a thinner version of date paste. However, feel free to use any sweetener you like e.g., maple syrup or even honey.

Optionally, if you desire some extra tartness, you may add a tiny bit of lemon juice. However, I personally feel that the mustard and yogurt offer enough tartness.

The final component is whole grain yellow mustard. I opted for whole grain mustard, but any yellow mustard will do. Both, Dijon mustard and regular yellow mustard are suitable to use in this mustard dipping sauce.

Dijon Mustard vs Regular Mustard

Dijon mustard, a type of mustard that originates from Dijon, a town in Burgundy, France. It gets its distinctive flavour from white wine.

The most distinctive difference between Dijon and yellow mustard is their colours. Yellow mustard is bright yellow whereas Dijon mustard has a less vibrant shade of yellow tinged with brown.

The second noteworthy difference is in their flavour and ingredients. Yellow mustard is made of mustard powder, vinegar, and a spice blend. Also, it has a milder flavour. Dijon mustard, on the other hand, has a distinctive mustard and more intense flavour. It is made of brown and/or black mustard seeds and white wine. One of the main ingredients is verjuice, which is a juice made from unripe grapes. [source]

So, it’s up to you, which one you will use in this mustard dipping sauce. Also, feel free to adjust the quantity of mustard according to your own preferences – some people favour a milder taste while others would rather have it more intense.

Learn how to make an easy oil-free vegan mustard dipping sauce that is perfect for dipping dumplings, baked potatoes, tacos, and raw veggies. It’s one of those quick and easy recipes that require no skills and minimal time.

The Process

I think that preparing a recipe cannot get any easier than this mustard dipping sauce. It’s simply down to combining all the ingredients in a small bowl. Use a spoon and stir until you have a smooth and homogenous mixture.

How to Store this Mustard Dipping Sauce

Store this dipping sauce in an airtight jar or a container in the fridge for up to 7 days.

How to Serve

My vegan mustard dipping sauce is excellent with dumplings, rice paper rolls, raw veggies (carrots, celery, turnip, cucumber, bell peppers, kohlrabi, cabbage, cauliflower), baked potatoes and other veggies (potatoes, sweet potatoes, parsnip, carrots, beetroot, turnip), and tacos.

Furthermore, you may thin it with some water and use as a dressing on your salads or Buddha bowls.

My mustard dipping sauce is vegan and plant-based, gluten-free and grain-free, oil-free, nut-free and peanut-free, soy-free, low glycemic, and suitable on vegan Candida diet.

Learn how to make an easy oil-free vegan mustard dipping sauce that is perfect for dipping dumplings, baked potatoes, tacos, and raw veggies. It’s one of those quick and easy recipes that require no skills and minimal time.

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In case you are a visual learner, watch the below video where you’ll see how to make this mustard dipping sauce as well as oil-free baked potato recipe and cooked sauerkraut with beetroot and dates:

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Learn how to make an easy oil-free vegan mustard dipping sauce that is perfect for dipping dumplings, baked potatoes, tacos, and raw veggies. It’s one of those quick and easy recipes that require no skills and minimal time.

Vegan Mustard Dipping Sauce with Yogurt


  • Author: Nele Liivlaid
  • Total Time: 3 minutes
  • Yield: 2 servings 1x
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

Learn how to make an easy vegan mustard dipping sauce that is perfect for dipping dumplings, baked potatoes, tacos, and raw veggies. It’s one of those quick and easy recipes that require no skills and minimal time.


Ingredients

Scale
  • 150g (5.29oz) plain oat yogurt (I used Oatly)
  • 3 tsps. (15g, 0.53oz) yellow whole grain mustard
  • 1 tsp. (5g, 0.18oz) date syrup

Instructions

In a small bowl combine all the ingredients until you have a homogeneous mixture.

Notes

Store in an airtight jar or a container for up to a week.

Use either regular yellow mustard or Dijon mustard. In case you’re opting for non whole grain variety, measure the same weight i.e., 15 grams (0.53oz).

Feel free to use maple syrup or honey instead of date syrup.

For meal prepping, double or triple the recipe.

  • Prep Time: 3 minutes
  • Method: Raw

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: ½ of the recipe
  • Calories: 68 kcal
  • Sodium: 151.25g
  • Fat: 2.3g
  • Saturated Fat: 0.3g
  • Carbohydrates: 11.3g
  • Fiber: 0.7g
  • Protein: 1.1g

Keywords: dressing, dipping sauce

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