How to Make Dijon Mustard Sauce

I think I told you a few posts back that I'm obsessed with Dijon mustard. I've been dipping my potatoes and spring rolls into it and also using it as a sauce for pasta and a dressing for salads. It's super low calorie and very savory. I made rice noodles and veggies for dinner two nights ago so I want to share my sauce recipe with you now.

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Dijon mustard sauce:
2 tbsp of Dijon mustard
1 tbsp of filtered water
2 cloves of fresh garlic
1 tbsp of fresh lemon juice

Blend everything in your food processor and pour onto your food. I use just plain Dijon mustard to dip my potatoes in. You can mix in some pepper and lemon juice to spice it up.
Thai rice noodles are my favorite noodles to make, they are light and completely yummy. You can buy them in any Asian specialty store or health food store.

I steamed kale, spinach and sweet potatoes for this recipe. Buy a steamer if you don't have one, it takes the pressure off you if you're trying to avoid cooking with oil. The steaming cooks your veggies and brings out their taste. After I steam kale, it's bright green and I can just enjoy it plain, right out of the steamer. Steaming is awesome, it helps you eat low calorie and takes 7 minutes tops. You will need to test your potatoes with a fork to see if they are done but even they don't take long in a steamer. Place a lid over your steamer to speed up the cooking process.
What is your favorite food to make in your steamer?