Now that Thanksgiving is over, what do you do with all of that turkey?
Lots of people resort to making turkey sandwiches. With plain old mayo, it can be pretty boring, so I decided to try my hand at homemade cranberry mustard this year:
*leftover cranberry sauce
* Dijon mustard
If you're using cranberry sauce from a can, warm it up a bit first on the stove or in the microwave so that it's no so gelatinous. It mixes best when it's warm.
You will want to have about 3 times as much cranberry sauce as mustard. I mixed mine to taste, and I can tell you that if you start out with equal parts of each, the mustard is way too overpowering. My final result ended up being quite cranberry colored.
From there, spread onto sandwiches and enjoy.
While you're enjoying your sandwiches, I suppose you can try doing some online holiday shopping. If you've been eyeing anything in my shop, I'm offering free shipping and 10% off everything at the moment.