This fab little recipe is very easy, very tasty and extremely versatile!
If you like lashings of mayo in your sarnies or a salad drenched with dressing, this one's for you!
Using two simple ingredients as your base-Dijon mustard and Total 0% fat yoghurt, you can speedily transform this mixture from a condiment into a salad dressing.
This recipe is 0pp/approx.25kcal per portion, SimpleStart and Filling & Healthy friendly. Even if you ate the whole lot it would only be 1pp/approx.50kcal
For the Basic Condiment
YOU WILL NEED : Serves 2
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
3 tablespoons 0% Fat Total yoghurt
Simply combine the two ingredients together to make a delicious, creamy, mayo-like condiment to spread in a ham sandwich or serve with cold meats.
You could add some capers or fresh herbs such as dill, basil or chopped chives to this mixture to ring the changes.
It's fantastic spread generously in a toasted ham and cucumber sandwich!
You could serve a dill and caper version with smoked salmon.
You could spread it onto a salmon fillet and make a herb crust before baking or grilling.
For the salad dressing
To the basic condiment (above), add;
1 teaspoon artificial granular sweetener
2 tablespoons white wine vinegar
rice wine vinegar
1 tablespoon cold water
sprig of fresh dill
1 clove garlic, crushed
1 tablespoon capers
Simply add the ingredients above to the basic condiment mixture, to thin down into a salad dressing. Play around with the flavours-if you love garlic, lime or lemon, just add them in until you reach your desired flavours.
Keep it quite thick, not too runny as it will coat your salad leaves beautifully. There's no need to be sparce with this salad dressing. Use liberally and enjoy its rich creaminess.
Any excess can be stored in an airtight jar in the fridge and will keep beautifully for a few days. You could make a double or triple batch to store in this way.