Posted May 12, 2006 by Nick Lindauer in Reviews

357 Mad Dog Extreme Mustard

357 Mad Dog Extreme Mustard, the perfect remedy for boring airplane food (and much more). The mother in law (in true Hawaiian fashion) saved her LA to NY in flight meal and brought it to me to eat. Well, I didn’t want to eat it (who would?) but I needed to give 357 Mad Dog Mustard a whirl – so what better application then a bland sandwich?

First bite – sans sauce. Blah.

357 Mad Dog Mustard to the resuce

Apply liberally

The aftermath.

Nuff said. Actually no, I wouldn’t do that to the readers.

Ingredients: Prepared Mustard, (Mustard Seed, Vinegar, Salt, Tumeric), Habanero Peppers, Vinegar, Fresh Prepared Horseradish (Horseradish, Vinegar, Salt, Soy Bean Oil, & Flavorings), Mustard, Garlic Powder, Turmeric, Onion Granules, Pepper Extract, Salt & Xathan Gum.

Nothing suspect in the ingredient list, the clear difference between 357 Mad Dog Extreme Mustard and Crazy Jerry’s Mustard Gas being the habaneros used in the Extreme Mustard. Both use pepper extract, so expect a good amount of heat from both.

But onto the review of the 357 Mustard – this stuff is good, seriously good for a mustard sauce. The only thing I did not like was the texture – reminded me of a smooth honey mustard. But the flavor was certainly mustardly delicious and there is a good bit of heat to it. I think the bland sandwich took the brunt of the heat, so if you give this a try, go easy at first. The horseradish gives the sauce a little extra ammo for an assault on your nose, but once that fades away the heat from the extract & habaneros sticks around to make sure you feel the burn.

Nick Lindauer

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