Deviled Eggs Dry Mustard Substitute?
I'm making Deviled eggs and I don't have dry mustard, but I was wondering if i could substitute 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard for 1/2 normal yellow mustard....because if I buy dry mustard I won't ever use it again and I'm big on saving every penny...so can I substitute it with regular yellow mustard?
- 10 years agoFavorite Answer
Use about 1 tsp for yellow mustard. I usually use 1/2 tsp. of dijon mustard, which is super spicy, so put in about double that of yellow mustard. Good luck :)
- La Vie BohemeLv 710 years ago
I've never used dry mustard. Just add yellow mustard to taste before you fill the eggs.
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- AprilLv 710 years ago
I've tried the dried mustard before & didn't like it in deviled eggs. It just doesn't taste right. Sure, you can use yellow mustard. Use can also make deviled eggs without mustard. Some people don't like the mustard in their deviled eggs. Personally I like the mustard flavor.
- SusanLv 44 years ago
Yes, regular mustard works fine. Use a small amount and maybe cut back a tad on the mayo so they won't be too runny. You can use dijon, honey mustard or any kind you have. My favorite way to make deviled eggs is to use the Kraft salad dressing (it looks like really thick thousand island dressing & it's on the condiment aisle near the mayo) It already has bits of pickle relish in it and is very colorful. If you have pickle relish (sweet or dill) you can add that to the egg mixture, too, but again be careful not to get it too runny.
- 10 years ago
Of course wet yellow mustard is the best. I tell you what, French's is the only one when making deviled eggs. There is something in the French's, maybe the vinegar or something, that makes the best deviled eggs. And for a nice spicy kick, just a dab of prepared horseradish makes the best eggs. Try it sometime.
- Lisa BLv 410 years ago
Absolutely! I've never heard of using dry mustard anyway. I use yellow.
- Salt and PeppyLv 710 years ago
I always use yellow mustard, but I don't ever measure it. I just squirt some in and mix. If I need more, I add a little more.
- ?Lv 410 years ago
I always use wet yellow mustard for my deviled eggs, so go for it :- D