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How to reduce the spicy sting from my dijon-honey sauce?

eviemichael | Jul 24, 201312:18 AM     8

For some reason, on the day I'm cooking for my grandmother, I decided to change up the sauce I always make for my salmon.

I chose a recipe that has 1/4 cup dijon, 2tbs whole grain mustard, & 3 tbs honey, and a bunch of dill. When I tasted it I realized its wayyy too spicy for my grandma. I added more honey and some oil, which helped, but it still has a zing that I know will be too much for her.

Should I just add more oil? Soy sauce? Mayo?

My grandma has been visiting and cooking for us everyday- I wanted to treat her for a change...

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