Savoury Crumble With Mustard 2

Savoury Crumble With Mustard

I was recently contacted by Maille, who asked me to review a gift box of their premium mustards. What better way to review a product than to try it in a recipe and see how it stands up to my Savoury Crumble with Mustard?

To be brutally honest with you, I’m not a huge fan of mustard. I prefer whole-grain mustard, with a little bit of honey with ham, pork and sausages but that’s the height of it. I find it a little too peppery for my tastes and very strong.  In fact, I left a jar open by mistake the other day on the sideboard and discovered my nose and eyes streaming as a result.

The three mustards I received to try out were:

  • Williams Pear with Spicy Mustard
  • Raspberry Cream with Basilica Mustard
  • Saint Maure de Touraine and Dried Tomato Mustard

They are beautiful colours and highly scented with their core ingredients.Savoury Crumble With Mustard 1So I put them to the test by making a warming savoury crumble with mustard (the Williams Pear jar). It added just the right amount of spice, worked very well with the cheddar in the crumble topping and balanced the roasted root vegetables.

Warming Savoury Crumble With Mustard (Serves 4)

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons rapeseed oil
  • 3 medium carrots, peeled
  • 1/2 medium turnip or swede, peeled
  • 1 large white onion, peeled
  • 100g mature cheddar cheese, grated
  • 75g breadcrumbs
  • 2 teaspoons mustard

Method

Pre-heat a (fan) oven to 180 degrees Centigrade. Cube the carrots and turnip into dice sized pieces and finely shred the onion. Toss the vegetables in the oil and place into a heat-proof oven dish. Bake in the oven for 25 minutes.

Combine the cheese, mustard and breadcrumbs using a fork. After 25 minutes, sprinkle the crumble mixture over the top of the roasting vegetables and return to the oven for a further 20 minutes.

Serve while warm.

Maille have generously sponsored a prize of a classic collection gift box (see below) fit for a party table for one of my lucky fans.  All you have to do to enter the giveaway is to comment below what you like to eat with mustard!  30070 MAILLE Boutiq-Coffret travel de Moutardes Intemporelles

The giveaway will end at 11am on Tuesday 24th December. The winner will be contacted directly for the purposes of the giveaway only. Maille will ship the prize directly to the winner.  Canvassing, duplicate entries etc will disqualify the entrants.  This give-away is open to entrants in the UK and Ireland.

Disclosure: I received a gift box from Maille UK for the purposes of this review.

57 thoughts on “Savoury Crumble With Mustard

  1. Jinger Kat

    A variety of mustards would be terrific. I use them in all sorts of sauces and dressings. Hot wasabi on fesh tuna, a spoon of mediium strength with vinegar and olive oil or add a spoon of grainy mustard to a beef and Guinness stew – there’s always a few different jars open in my fridge.

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  2. Una Jordan

    I eat wholegrain mustard by the tablespoonful with any kind of roast joint. It’s also great on ryvita with roasted peppers, red onion and courgettes!

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  3. Jill Holtz

    Love adding mustard to my favourite salad dressing mix: vinegar (Sherry/Wine), olive oil, spoon of mustard, shake, season, drizzle mmm

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  4. Peggy

    I love Mustard!! It’s great with pork. But I love a nice chicken sandwich in a baguette with mustard!! Heaven!! Maille is my favourite brand too!

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  5. Judith Whelan

    Mustard and honey glaze for the Christmas ham and then I mix equal amounts of mayonnaise and mustard for the ham sambos

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  6. John Madden

    Roast duck, confit potatoes, green beans and dijon mustard. Yeah, duck can be a bit dear (Worth looking out for in Lidl, though) but it’s an amazing ‘special occasion’ meal. Confit potatoes are incredibly easy too.

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  7. Joanne Cronin

    Mustard is a standard foodstuff in our house. There are a million jars (or so it seems) cluttering up the countertop and fridge!

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  8. emerbreen

    I am a big fan of mustard with baked honey glazed ham and i love sausages with mustard – it really adds that extra something to all my favourite meats!

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  9. Sandra Elmes

    I love strong Irish Mustard on ryvita with strong cheddar cheese & gerkins. Wholgrain mustard stirred through mash potatoes is yummy too

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  10. evs

    Mustard makes christmas ,it wouldnt be christmas without the ham roasted in the oven with lovley mustard and cloves and brown sugar

    my favorite is after the dinner is over,
    and the dishes are done ! ,
    and now its time for me my sandwich of turkey ham and mustard ! and a mug of tea , and put my feet up and relax ,while watching something funny on tv !

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  11. k8053

    Picture this then: toasted Guinness bread spread with marmite, Dijon whole grain mustard & topped with cream/cottage cheese & tomato! In fact, try toast spread with a hot mustard, crunchy peanut butter and chunky marmalade – heaven!

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  12. martina caulfield

    Love mustard on ham when making sandwiches. Also love to make a dijon mustard marinade for either pork or chicken. Mighty tasty.

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  13. TheGlutton

    I couldn’t live without mustard! Love the stuff and I completely get why Nigella carries a pot around in her handbag. I always have a pot of Dijon in the fridge for salad dressings or béchamel but my favourite way to eat…has to be a soft fresh buttered roll filled with a couple of just-out-of-the-pan sausages and smothered with mustard, preferably on a very cold winter’s night.

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