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New hot honey mustard dip spices up any dish

Looking for a new condiment for the vegetable tray or grazing board? French Dijon mustard brand Maille has rolled out its new Hot Honey Dijon made with Mike’s Hot Honey.

The new dijon mustard debuted online in December 2021, marking the first ever collaboration between these two cult-favorite brands. The special recipe starts with Maille’s classic smooth Dijon Originale mustard, a recipe that dates back to the brand’s founding in 1747, which lends a balanced, piquant flavor. Maille then added a kick of sweet heat with Mike’s proprietary Hot Honey formula. The resulting condiment is spicy but sweet, creamy and tangy; as equally suited for dipping fries and pretzels as it is to spicing up a game-day spread, using as a summer barbecue topping or marinade, or creating a delicious, tangy glaze for an Easter ham. It also serves as a great dip for a vegetable tray. Try serving it at your next party. Or a bottle on Amazon or find it at Whole Foods.

Vegetable tray recipe:


6 Broccolini Stalks

6 Cauliflower Florets

6 Peeled Carrots, whichever type you prefer

6 Fingerling Potatoes – Roasted and Cooled

Maille Hot Honey Dijon


  1. Roast Fingerling Potatoes
    – Coat potatoes in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Salt + Pepper
    – Roast in 350 degree oven until fork tender, about 40 minutes
    – Let them completely cool
  2. Wash and cut veggies to bite size
  3. Assemble Veggie tray with all ingredients
  4. Add bowl of Maille Hot Honey Dijon

*Adjust volume of veggies to your serving size

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