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Welcome to my Champagne Mustard recipe, a unique and delightful twist on traditional mustard. This recipe is perfect for anyone who loves to indulge in the bold, tangy flavor of mustard with a hint of sweetness.

Made with champagne vinegar, sugar, Coleman’s dry mustard, and eggs, this homemade Champagne Mustard is so much more than just a sandwich spread. It’s versatile enough to be used as a dipping sauce or even as a base for marinades.

What makes this recipe so special is the use of champagne vinegar that gives it a mellow and sophisticated flavor. The addition of Dijon and brown mustard seeds ensures that the mustard has just the right amount of heat and texture.

Whether you’re looking for something to slather on your baked ham or chicken, dress your salad greens or roasted veggies or dipping your catfish nuggets, this Champagne Mustard recipe works with just about any dish. So let’s get started and make some delicious homemade Champagne Mustard!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Champagne Mustard
Champagne Mustard

There is one condiment that I adore, and that is mustard. I love its varying spicinesses, textures and flavors that can complement a range of dishes. However, once you taste this Champagne Mustard sauce recipe, you might never return to your ordinary sandwich spread.

The sweetness of the sugar and the mellow bitterness of the mustard seeds are balanced perfectly by the tartness of champagne vinegar, making this sauce ideal to pair with roasted vegetables, chicken, fish and even ham. The flavor profile is luscious and complex, with a creamy texture that will leave your taste buds wanting more.

Furthermore, unlike ordinary recipes that tend to use less flavorful ingredients like white vinegar or water to bind the ingredients together, the inclusion of champagne vinegar adds depth and complexity to this homemade Dijon-like mustard recipe. What’s more? This recipe is easy to make and will elevate your condiment game considerably.

In conclusion, whether you’re a die-hard condiment fan or not, this Champagne Mustard recipe will add zing to any dish it touches. It’s an excellent alternative to plain old mustard, making it an excellent choice when you’re trying to impress guests or give a new lease on life to leftovers in your fridge. Trust me; once you try it, you’ll wonder how you ever survived without it!

Ingredient List

 The perfect condiment for charcuterie boards and sandwiches!
The perfect condiment for charcuterie boards and sandwiches!

Ingredient List

This homemade Champagne Mustard is made using the perfect balance of ingredients. You will need:

  • Eggs (3)
  • Sugar (1 cup)
  • Coleman’s dry mustard (2/3 cup)
  • Champagne Vinegar (1 1/4 cup)
  • White Wine (1/4 cup)
  • Mustard Seeds (2 tbsp)

Additionally, use the following amounts based on the consistency you desire:

  • For a thicker, mellow mustard, use 2 cups of dry mustard.
  • For a stronger flavour, you can use some of the commonly used mustards such as Dijon mustard or Brown mustard to mix with your homemade champagne mustard.

Don’t forget to check out our substitution and variation section for additional ingredient ideas.

The Recipe How-To

 This tangy and sweet mustard will have you ditching store-bought condiments in no time.
This tangy and sweet mustard will have you ditching store-bought condiments in no time.

Follow these easy steps to make your own Champagne Mustard Recipe:

Step 1: Combine the Ingredients

In a saucepan, whisk together 3/4 cup champagne vinegar, 1/2 cup dry mustard, and 1 cup sugar until smooth. Add 3 eggs and whisk everything together.

Step 2: Cook Over Heat

Set the pan over medium heat, whisking constantly for about 5-10 minutes, or until the sugar dissolves and the mixture thickens.

Step 3: Blend the Mustard

Carefully transfer the mixture to a blender and purée for 1-2 minutes, or until smooth.

Step 4: Let it Cool

Let the mustard chill in the refrigerator for at least an hour before using it. The flavor will deepen as it rests, so we recommend letting it sit in the fridge overnight for even better results.

Step 5: Serve and Enjoy

You can use this champagne mustard recipe in any way that you would normally use mustard. We love it as a sandwich spread or paired with roasted veggies. It also makes a great dipping sauce for catfish nuggets or baked ham.

Now that you know how to make your own homemade Champagne Mustard Sauce, what will you pair it with?

Substitutions and Variations

 Cheers to a bubbly and flavorful addition to your kitchen pantry!
Cheers to a bubbly and flavorful addition to your kitchen pantry!

The best thing about this champagne mustard recipe is that you can easily substitute and customize ingredients to create your own unique flavor profile. For instance, if you don’t have champagne vinegar, you can use white wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar instead. If you prefer a more mellow mustard taste, swap out the Coleman’s dry mustard for Dijon or yellow mustard.

For a sweeter champagne mustard sauce, add brown sugar to the mix, or try using Maine maple champagne in place of traditional champagne. You can also experiment with different spices and herbs to add extra flavor to your homemade mustard. For example, try mixing in dill or rosemary for a herby twist.

If you’re looking for a dip or sandwich spread, you can make a honey mustard variation by swapping out the sugar with honey. Or if you want a spicier sauce, add some cayenne pepper or horseradish.

Another fun idea is to use this champagne mustard sauce as a marinade for chicken, catfish nuggets, or baked ham. It also pairs well with roasted veggies and makes an excellent dressing for salads. Additionally, if you want a smoother texture on your homemade mustard, try blending it in a food processor until smooth.

The possibilities are endless, so don’t be afraid to experiment and create your own version of this delicious champagne mustard recipe!

Serving and Pairing

 This champagne mustard packs a punch and is sure to elevate any dish.
This champagne mustard packs a punch and is sure to elevate any dish.

This homemade champagne mustard is perfect for serving with a variety of dishes. Spread it on sandwiches, use it as a glaze for baked ham, or serve it alongside catfish nuggets. The combination of tangy mustard and sweet champagne vinegar makes for a versatile sauce that pairs well with many different flavors.

For those who prefer a mellow mustard flavor, this champagne mustard is an excellent choice. It’s not as sharp as Dijon mustard, but it has more depth than traditional yellow or brown mustard. This makes it a great all-purpose condiment that can be used in many different ways.

Pair it with white meats like chicken or turkey for a delicate flavor, or use it to elevate roasted veggies. For a heartier dish, try using this champagne mustard as the sauce for a pork tenderloin or beef roast. It’s also perfect as a dipping sauce for pretzels or as a vinaigrette for salads.

For an extra kick of flavor, try mixing Champagne Dill Mustard with Maine Maple Champagne Mustard. Together they make an incredible combo that’s perfect to use on sandwiches or to top grilled meats.

Whether serving at a party or enjoying at home, this homemade Champagne Mustard made with fresh ingredients provides a touch of glamour to your dishes and the perfect accompaniment to your culinary creations.

Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating

 With just a few ingredients, you can make a gourmet mustard at home.
With just a few ingredients, you can make a gourmet mustard at home.

The Champagne Mustard is a versatile condiment that can be made ahead and stored easily. It can last for up to 6 months when stored properly in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Since it is a homemade mustard, it does not contain any preservatives, so taking care of storage is important.

It’s easy to double or triple the recipe and store it away for future use. This allows you to have homemade Champagne Mustard at your disposal whenever you need it.

Reheating the Champagne Mustard is not necessary, but if you prefer a mellow mustard, heat can be great. It’s important to note that reheating any mustard-based sauce may cause its flavor to fade over time.

If your mustard becomes too thick after storing it in the fridge, you can stir in a little bit of warm water until it reaches the desired consistency. The addition of liquid might change its flavor slightly.

Whether you are going to use this mustard recipe as a sandwich spread, dipping sauce for roasted veggies or as part of your vinaigrette salad dressing, be sure to keep it in an airtight container in the fridge until you are ready to use it!

Tips for Perfect Results

 Spread it on your favorite deli sandwiches for a touch of sophistication.
Spread it on your favorite deli sandwiches for a touch of sophistication.

To ensure that your champagne mustard recipe comes out perfect every time, I’ve compiled some helpful tips that I’ve learned from several years of experience making this popular condiment.

Firstly, it’s important to use high-quality ingredients such as champagne vinegar and mustard seeds. This will give your homemade mustard a delicious taste and texture that you won’t find in store-bought options.

It’s also important to pay close attention to the proportions of the ingredients. Follow the recipe closely and use measuring cups and spoons to ensure that you get the right amount of each ingredient.

When it comes to mixing the ingredients together, make sure to use a whisk or blender for a smooth and evenly blended result. Be sure to mix thoroughly, so there are no chunks or lumps in the mustard.

If you prefer a milder mustard sauce, use white champagne vinegar or a combination of white wine and champagne vinegar. On the other hand, if you prefer a more pungent taste, use brown champagne vinegar or Dijon mustard made with brown mustard seeds.

It’s best to store your champagne mustard sauce in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Homemade champagne mustard should last for up to six months refrigerated.

Lastly, don’t be afraid to experiment with different herbs and spices to add more flavor complexity to your homemade mustard. Some additional ingredients you might consider using are dill, honey, maple syrup and cherchies champagne vinaigrette.

By following these tips you’ll be well on your way to creating the perfect homemade Champagne Mustard recipe!


Before I wrap up this article on how to make champagne mustard, let me take some time to answer the most frequently asked questions about this recipe. Here are some helpful tips and clarifications that will clear up any doubts you might have about creating your own batch of smooth, tangy champagne mustard.

What is champagne mustard made of?

The components of this product include a blend of vinegars like white and champagne, eggs, sugar, mustard flour, and less than 1% of citric acid and xanthan gum. This is a gluten-free and high fructose corn syrup-free substance.

What does champagne mustard taste like?

This delightful Dijon concoction boasts a sweet aroma that matches its flavorful taste, thanks to the infusion of fruity champagne and white wine vinegar.

Is Dijon mustard made with champagne?

One type of mustard I would like to highlight is champagne mustard, which is typically paired with meats and fish due to its smooth texture and sweet taste. Dijon mustard, on the other hand, is made with brown mustard seeds and is used as a spread for sandwiches.

Who makes champagne mustard?

The very first product of Cherchies is also their most popular condiment, which has won awards and gained worldwide fame. It is known as the Champagne of champagne mustards.

How to make mellow mustard?

Mustard’s pungent taste originates from a chemical within its seeds that only comes alive when it interacts with a cooler liquid. To unleash this fiery compound, the seeds must first be broken down. Similar to slicing an onion, the process enhances the taste. While heat can weaken this reaction, the level of heat can be altered to match the desired result. In order to create a hot mustard, for instance, one should mix the seeds with cold water. Conversely, if a milder mustard is preferred, warm water would be ideal.

Bottom Line

If you are looking for a unique and mellow mustard to elevate your dishes, look no further than the champagne mustard recipe mentioned above. With its subtle effervescence and tangy sweetness, it’s the perfect condiment for anything from sandwiches to roasted veggies.

Plus, making your own homemade mustard is not only fun but also allows you to tailor the flavor and spice level to your preference.

So why not give this recipe a try? You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to make a delicious and sophisticated mustard with just a few simple ingredients. And once you have mastered this champagne mustard recipe, don’t be afraid to experiment with variations and substitutions to create your own signature twist.

In summary, with its versatility, sophistication, and tantalizing taste, champagne mustard is definitely a condiment worth trying. So raise a glass of bubbly (or two), and give this recipe a shot today!

Champagne Mustard

Champagne Mustard Recipe

I LOVE mustard and this one is really good. Both sweet and tangy it's great with just about everything. It's really easy to make the microwave!
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Prep Time 2 mins
Cook Time 4 mins
Course Condiment
Cuisine French
Servings 2 cups
Calories 534.8 kcal


  • 2/3 cup Coleman's dry mustard
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3 eggs
  • 2/3 cup champagne vinegar


  • Mix mustard and sugar. Add the eggs one at a time, beating well.
  • Gradually add the vinegar and mix well.
  • Microwave for 2 minutes, covered. Take out and stir. Cook 2 minutes more and stir before placing in containers and refrigerating.
  • Keeps for up to 6 months in the refrigerator.

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Serving: 419gCalories: 534.8kcalCarbohydrates: 88.1gProtein: 14.7gFat: 15.7gSaturated Fat: 2.4gCholesterol: 223.2mgSodium: 89.6mgFiber: 3.4gSugar: 81.9g
Keyword < 15 Mins, Easy, Sauces
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