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Spicy Mustard-Greens Sauce

Try pairing this sauce with some grilled corn on the cob, or use it as a wonderful spicy condiment for other dishes. I also use it to season couscous and grains by incorporating a few tablespoons before adding water to cook.
Spicy Mustard Greens Sauce
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