Ground mustard (referred to as dry mustard in some recipes) is made from mustard seeds that have been finely ground. When a recipe calls for prepared mustard, use yellow or brown mustard commonly served as a condiment.
Ginger and pepper are the stars in this super-easy, tender, tenderloin from Tammy Bishop of Smyrna, New York. There's a ton of flavor in each bite, and if you really love ginger, use the higher amount.
“I got the inspiration for this recipe from a dish at a local restaurant. It’s a quick meal-in-one that I fix often.” You can also substitute whatever pasta or veggies you have on hand for this versatile skillet supper. Brian Albright - Seward, NE