Uniquely Flavored Mustard

Make your food come alive without added salt, sugar or fat

We can be found at Jepson's Drug Store and Gifts and at the Farmer's Market in Siloam Springs, AR. We can also be found in the Cherokee Nation Gift Shops in Tahlequah. Orders can also be made through this website or by the phone listed on our contact page.

Ways to use our products


Add the zing of one of Tajour Specialty Products flavored mustard to any recipe

Spread

Much more than sandwiches

Recipe ingredient

Add a little extra zing to your recipe

At a barbecue

A little more flavor

Baking

Flavor that baking

As a dip

Something different

Salad dressing

Not your average honey mustard dressing

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Ideas from our Customers

Bethanne added a spoon full of our cranberry orange mustard to her meatball recipe. Cindy added a spoon full of our lemon dill mustard to her broccoli and cheese quiche. Cindy says she uses our lemon dill mustard in all of her egg recipes. Check out Deborah Rowden's recipe for Lemon Dill Mustard Dressing on our recipe page!

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Mustard a healthy way to add flavor to food

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Mustard a healthy way to add flavor to food

Deborah Rowden's Lemon Dill Mustard Dressing

2/3 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup Tajour Lemon Dill Mustard
1 tbls sour cream
2 tsp fresh dill weed (dry will work in a pinch)
1 tbls fresh lemon juice
2 tbls white wine vinegar
1 medium clove garlic grated
a few turns freshly ground pepper
Salt to taste


Combine all ingredients and chill several hours.  Serve with grilled, baked or pouched salmon or any other hearty fish.  Use as a dressing for potato salad or tossed veggie salad with grilled chicken



Cranberry Orange Honey Mustard Dressing

One tablespoon Cranberry Orange Mustard
One tablespoon Honey

Combine mustard and honey in small bowl.  Mix until thoroughly combined.  

Makes one serving.  Honey can be increased or reduced to make dressing sweet or less sweet depending on your specific taste. Can be used over salads or as a dip.

Flavorful Deviled Eggs

Six hard boiled eggs
One quarter cup lemon dill mustard
One quarter cup salad dressing
Paprika

Peel and cut boiled eggs in half lengthwise.  Remove yolks and place in bowl.  Crush yolks into fine crumbs.  Add mustard and salad dressing to yolks.  Mix until well blended.  Spoon mixture back into eggs.  Sprinkle paprika over eggs as desired.  Chill in refrigerator for thirty minutes then serve.  

Serves two.  Mayonnaise may be used in place of the salad dressing.  Other mustard flavors may be used for a variety of flavored eggs.  Use an immersion blender to make filling a smoother consistency if desired.

Beef with Onions and Rosemary Garlic Mustard

Four pound pot roast
One large yellow onion
One quarter cup rosemary garlic mustard
One cups water
One teaspoon oil
Black pepper

Coat medium sized crock pot with oil or crock pot liner.  Slice Onion into crock pot.  Place roast on top of onions.  Pour water over roast.   Spread mustard over roast.  Cook on high for six hours for a roast you can slice.  Cook eight hours on high for a roast that falls apart  Flip roast over half way through cooking time.  Add more water if needed.  Remove roast from crock pot when done and place on cutting board.  While roast cools, sprinkle black pepper over sauce in crock pot.  Blend sauce with immersion blender until smooth consistency.  Slice roast.  Serve roast with sauce on the side.

Serves six to eight.

Rosemary Garlic Mustard Flavored Multigrain Yeast Rolls

Two cups white flour
One cup oat flour
Three to four cups whole wheat flour
Two packaged active dry yeast
One and three forth cups milk
One cup rolled oats
One third cup molasses
One third cup oil
Two eggs
One third cup rosemary garlic mustard

Combine white flour and yeast in large mixing bowl.  Heat milk, rolled oats, molasses and oil to 115 to 120 degrees stirring constantly.  Add to flour mixture. Mixing until combined. Add eggs and mustard.  Blend until combined.  Add oat flour and two cups of whole wheat flour. Mix scraping side of bowl until combined.  Turn out on floured surface.  Knead in as much of the remaining whole wheat flour to make smooth and elastic moderately soft dough.  Shape into ball.  Place in greased bowl and cover with towel or plastic wrap.  Let rise in warm place until doubled in bulk.  Lightly grease baking pan.  Punch down dough.  Pinch off enough dough to make a two inch roll,  Place on baking pan.  Continue to make two inch balls until all the dough is used making sure rolls have a half of an inch gap between rolls.  Set pan in warm place until they have nearly doubled.  Rolls may be covered in egg whisked with on tablespoon water and topped with rolled oats.  Replace milk with yogurt, whey or kefir for lighter rolls.  Makes approximately 24 rolls.  Dough can be divided in half and placed in two loaf pans for loaf bread instead of rolls.

Lemon Dill Mustard Crusted Salmon

Four ounce Salmon filet
One teaspoon lemon dill mustard

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  Place salmon skin side down on lightly oiled baking dish.  Spread top of fish with mustard.  Place fish in oven and bake for 15 minutes and fish flakes.  Thick slices of fish may take slightly longer to cook.  Serves one.

Recipe may be increased by increasing the number of pieces of fish and mustard.

Pecans glazed with Cranberry Orange Mustard and Honey

One cup pecan halves
One tablespoon Cranberry Orange Mustard
One tablespoon Honey

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Place foil on cookie sheet.  Lightly cover foil with butter, oil or butter flavored baking spray.   In a bowl large enough to hold the pecans, mix honey and mustard together until thoroughly combined.  Pour pecans on cookie sheet spreading pecans out until they are in a single layer.  Roast pecans in oven for 15 minutes.  Let cool until you can handle the pecans.  Remove pecans from cookie sheet and place in serving dish.

Ham Salad

One Cup Minced Ham
One tablespoon Cranberry Orange Mustard
One tablespoon Mayonnaise or Salad Dressing
One teaspoon Sweet Pickle Relish

Blend ingredients together.  Spread on sandwiches, crackers or vegetables

Potato Salad with Lemon Dill Mustard

4 whole baked or boiled potatoes pealed
1/2 Diced onion (Cooked if desired)
Two boiled eggs
Heaping tablespoon sweet pickle relish
Heaping tablespoon salad dressing or mayonnaise
One tablespoon lemon dill mustard
1/2 cup diced celery

In a quart size bowl, cut potatoes into 1/2 inch pieces. Cut eggs into quarters and slice into 1/2 inch pieces into bowl. Add diced celery and onion. Add sweet pickle relish, salad dressing or mayo and mustard. Mix until combined. Refrigerate for at one hour before serving.  Serves four to six



Cranberry Orange Honey Mustard Dressing

One tablespoon Cranberry Orange Mustard
One tablespoon Honey

Combine mustard and honey in small bowl.  Mix until thoroughly combined.  

Makes one serving.  Honey can be increased or reduced to make dressing sweet or less sweet depending on your specific taste. Can be used over salads or as a dip.

About


Mustard a healthy way to add flavor to food

About
We found a recipe for lemon dill mustard using prepared yellow and brown mustard.  We loved it so much we started giving it to friends and family.  It was a hit!  Everyone wanted some and suggested we bottle it so they could share it, too.  After much trial and error, we developed the recipe we produce today using yellow and brown mustard seeds in a vinegar base with flavorings.

 We decided we couldn't just enter the market with one flavor so we developed a bunch.  Now three flavors are available for anyone to try. We are working on new flavors and products all the time.  Keep an eye out for what we come up with next.

Check out the recipe section of our website and Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/TajourSP/

A Hand Up

Two percent of each sale goes to give people a hand up.

Both Pam and Terry were raised in communities with limited resources. When presented with the opportunity to start Tajour Specialty Products, the chance to give something back to our community was the first thing we thought about. Two percent of each sale will go to local programs.

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Mustard a healthy way to add flavor to food

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