Full credits go to my Polish correspondent Sebastian who sent in this honey mustard bbq sauce. He said that it goes great on any meat and he wasn’t wrong. I find it particularly good on grilled pork chops or steaks.
Now just because I've mentioned Poland, don't just click away onto another recipe. Yes it's true that in communist times the quality a variety of Polish cooking really revolved around pork, potatoes and cabbage but since Glasnost things have changed dramatically on the culinary front so go with Sebastien on this one.
The recipe contains dill and I have to say that I’ve never been a big fan so when I saw it in the ingredients I wasn’t overly enthused but how wrong I was. Dill has a slightly sweet taste to it and combined with honey it really works well.
Dijon mustard already contains vinegar too so that sweet and sour taste that you expect from any barbecue sauce is right here too.
The other great thing about this sauce is that you can make it in less than a minute and use it to top off some grilled meat or use it as a mop and baste it on towards the end of the cooking. I like the idea of a mop because it helps to keep the pork moist during the cooking.
I’ve made enough here to cover a couple of large chops so for more, just double up on the quantities.