Here's a time-sensitive request, but we don't have a good answer. Any tips from you readers?
We have a recipe we want to use for Passover, but it calls for mustard. Mustard is not kosher for Passover. Is there a "fake" mustard, or a receipe for "fake" mustard? We have seen a reference to a Passover imitation Dijon, but have not to been able to track down any other information.
We read your answer for the mustard allergy question, but horseradish, would not be a good substitute. Have you ever heard of a synthentic mustard oil and if so do you know who the supplier might be?
We also found some references to imitation mustard, but couldn't find a supplier. There is a recipe, however, in this cookbook:
• Simply Scrumptious Vegetarian Recipes
Also, Susie Fishbein, the well-known kosher cook featured in the New York Times Dining section
this week, also refers to imitation mustard in some of her recipes
, so you might want to get your hands on a copy of one of her books.
Any other ideas?
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