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Last updated: May 9, 2024

Vegan creamy mustard sauce recipe

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Total time: 15 minutes
A jug of vegan creamy mustard sauce

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Sauces can truly make or break a dish. It is what brings everything together and forms one cohesive plate of food.

So when you are making a main course, side dish, or salad, you should think carefully about what sauce will pair nicely with it. For me, I find that with any big bold dishes, like roast dinner, pie and mash, or even a potato salad, this vegan creamy mustard sauce is the perfect accompaniment.

It is wonderfully rich, savoury and tangy. Pour it over vegetables, fake meats, or a pastry dish, and I’m sure you’ll keep on coming back for more.

Servings: 4 people




  • Heat up a frying pan on a medium-high heat
  • Add your butter into the pan and allow it all to melt
  • Add your chopped up garlic into the pan and cook for a few minutes, until the garlic has browned slightly. Make sure to stir regularly to stop the garlic from burning
  • Mix your mustard into the pan so that it forms a paste. Heat this through for a minute
  • Pour in your white wine to the pan and put it on to a high heat to cook the wine off so that it forms a thicker yellow emulsion in the pan. This should take about 5 minutes
  • Gradually mix in your vegan cream making sure to stir as you do
  • Cook this for another 5 minutes and then make sure to taste and season
  • Pour it out into a jug to serve

What do you serve vegan creamy mustard sauce with?

As mentioned, this vegan creamy mustard sauce pairs well with any bold savoury dishes. It is a great addition to a Sunday roast, pie and mash, potato salad, or even a vegan beef wellington.

It is time to indulge in this wonderfully rich and savoury sauce. Follow the recipe below to get started, I’m sure you’ll soon be drinking this straight from the jug.


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