Although I am the main cook in our household, for years it was actually Hubby. He has always had a really good understanding of flavours; I think he would have made an amazing chef if he had gone into that industry. Each week Sunday is his allocated day for cooking. This week we had hotdogs and homemade wedges. To add a little lift to the hotdogs he made up a little relish. He first made this a couple of weeks ago when we made burgers for dinner but I didn’t have any that time. This time I did taste it and it was absolutely delicious, so much so I asked if he wouldn’t mind me posting it on the blog.

Ingredients:

2 tbsp. French’s American Mustard

2 tsp. Jalapenos, finely chopped

1 Garlic Clove, minced

½ Onion, finely diced

Method:

  1. Get all the ingredients ready. Dice, dice and dice some more.
  2. Mix all together in a bowl and add more of anything you think it needs, we find it perfect like this.
  3. Serve!

That is really it. It goes well with hotdogs and burgers. I’m sure it would also work and a quick alternative to chutney if you were serving cheese and crackers.

It isn’t the best thing to have on a first date unless you have a secret supply of chewing gum…

Let us know if you make this and what you think.

Happy cooking.

X

Posted by Winnettes

A Mummy to two little girls blogging about Parenting and Food with some other little snippets of life along the way. The adventures of Pinky & Perky make me laugh and cry in equal measure.

2 Comments

  1. Looks delicious, it’s nice to have a hubby who can cook. I love my partners cooking, he just doesn’t do it often enough!

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    1. It is such a blessing to be able to hand over the reigns every now and again and know I’m not just going to be given cheese on toast. Thank you for reading X

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