on April 21, 2011
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This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
These have become a favorite in our house.
Hope everyone has a great holiday!
Loved them!! Plan to make the second batch this weekend.
Great way to enjoy my favourite condiment but the possibilities are endless!
This was the first recip I made from AMFT, before FFwD started: http://gaaarp.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/mustard-batons-amft/
These are fun to make, very tasty, and caused those walking into the house as I was pulling them out of the oven think I’d been working hard on them all afternoon. Nice. I agree with the above that the possibilities are endless.
What a crazy afternoon filled with batons! I even made the quickest puff pastry imaginable…
I over baked these too long, but they were still a hit in my household. So easy b/c I used store bought puff pastry. It was the perfect recipe for this week.
First time partcipant! This was fun, I’m looking forward to next week’s recipe.
Mine is set to publish at Midnight… Mais, Merci beaucoup for letting us post the links early.
These are wonderful.
PS – I still have to fill in the commentary, my pix are up at least. Tomorrow is rather busy hereabouts.
So easy ! Might just make it again as a cinnemon bun flavored baton!
Great appetizer/snack! Loved them I used poppy seeds and sesame seeds: http://www.jemangelaville.com/2011/04/21/ffwd-mustard-batons/
I went in a different direction and used pesto instead of mustard.
Pesto – what a great idea!
puff pastry + pretty much anything = yum-yum-yummy!
I was surprised by these – they were good:
Batons- for the short and tall people in your life…..
These were easy, elegant, and delicious!
Absolutely hands down the easiest and best thing I have made in quite a while..
The baby and I went through 1/2 a batch all by ourselves! Whoops!
Easy & good! http://cookingluciacara.blogspot.com/2011/04/mustard-batons.html
I tried both mustard and tapenade as fillings…fabulous nibbles!!!
Don’t be a mustard stick in the mud, and try these!
Elegant and oh so easy! This was the first recipe I made from AMFT and I was so happy to make them again.
Love these. As a lover of Dijon mustard, this recipe is right up my alley.
I certainly will be making these again. So good, so easy!
I loved these. This recipe is definitely a keeper.
I made the batons, and an olive fougasse, like in the picture.
Can’t wait to have them again and again and again!
This is a simple, delicious and versatile recipe, we loved it;-)
Apricot & curry mustard and homemade tapenade…a mustard phobe’s story!
Hello everyone- Happy Friday! Here is my link for this week- I LOVE the Mustard Batons!!
I won’t be cooking today- we lost a beloved Dachshund, one of 2 inseparable brothers, to a terrible accident- I am simply too sad to think….but I love reading all your cooking notes, my friends.
So sorry to hear that Jacquelyn – wishing you peace at this most difficult time.
Thank you- how kind of you to express your concern. I will get back to the kitchen soon…..just need a little time.
I saw your comment and I just wanted to say I am so sorry. We lost our white shepherd mix, Pete, in November and my heart still hurts for him. Sometimes cooking can be therapeutic … but not until you are ready.
Thank you so much for your thoughts-the kind notes from my FFWD friends have eased my heart.
I am sorry. We lost our German Shepherd, Blitz, who was a very special person in our family a month or two ago…it is still sad to think about her. Hope you are feeling better soon and here is a HUG for you.
Thank you so much, Kris- I had German Shepherds growing up- they are incredible dogs. I know you understand our loss.
I’m so sorry to hear about your loss.
These were amazing. So delighted with the results.
Easy & elegant – what more could you ask for?
This and a few comments on the lost art of the cocktail party:
I hope everyone makes a ton of these!
fun treats! http://spikebakes.tumblr.com/
Ciao ! I finally made it and I plan to catch you up ! (piano piano !)
Happy Easter Everyone!
My friend loved them, and so did I they were delicious.
just had these with dinner tonight!
Too mustardy for my younger boys who don’t really like mustard. BUT, did like how easy they were and will explore different fillings.
Here’s my Olivada-stuffed, almond-topped version: http://onewetfoot.wordpress.com/2011/04/22/ffwd-mustard-batons/
How could something so simple taste so amazing!
Sorry! My link didn’t work out the first try, hope this works!
My first recipe, hurrah! I have three kids & knew they would not like the Dijon (I have tried before), so made half the recipe as directed & the other half with homemade applesauce substituted for the Dijon and no poppyseeds. They were delicious and tasted like hot apple pies. Everyone was happy! The baby & I loved the original mustard batons. My husband says he is “not a big bread eater,” whatever that means.
Welcome…good to please your family. Got lots of great ideas for fillings from this group so I’ll be making them again soon.
How fun to make a recipe that is all fun and nothing healthy or good for you:) A much-needed break from my usual routine!
Finally getting this posted! I made these with home made puff pastry:
I knew that I wanted to make these for Easter Sunday. Delicious.
Last, but not least!
We had these when our Gourmet Group met. I love the tang of the mustard as well as the crispness of the pastry! They were great with a glass of Pinot Grigio!
Another catch-up! Loved this idea and will make them again!
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