In 1760 a monk of the ancient religious order of Meaux confided in the Pommery family the secret recipe of their marvelous grainy mustard, which since 1632 had regularly graced the tables of the Kings of France.
The Moutarde de Meaux, or Meaux Mustard is a rustic mustard that has some similarities with the Dijon mustard, being a pleasant, relatively soft mustard. A difference can be found in its preparation, Moutarde de Meaux has vinegar as an ingredient while Dijon Mustard uses white wine.
A great mustard with meat and in a vinaigrette.
Ingredients:water, mustard seeds, vinegar, salt, spices.