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Thread: Mustard Recipe
05-18-2012, 09:09 AM #1
Finally made my own mustard. Something I have wanted to do for a long time. The farmers market had the mustard seeds and ground mustard for cheap so I bought some.
Here is the recipe I used:
You need to scroll down the screen to get to the recipe. Also liked the information given about mustard seeds and making mustard. Used sherry vinegar with this recipe. Was surprised at the kick the mustard has.
Hope someone else finds the recipe helpful. Now I no longer have to scan the mustard in the grocery store for ingredients or wonder what spices they used when they list spices.
- 05-18-2012, 09:40 AM #2
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Interesting article. Mustard has been on my list of things to make for a long time but I have a lot of it now, so I'm waiting to use some more up.
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Oh, I love fresh mustard. I have made small jars and given them as part of gifts to other mustard lovers I know.
Alton Brown has a mustard recipe that I've made twice and both time I haven't liked it. I recommend not trying it... sorry Alton. My favorite at the Holidays is mustard powder and spiced wine but my most recent is mustard powder and Bourbon. It's wonderful with grilled sausages and other meats.
Penzey Penzeys Spices. Over 250 Spices, Herbs and Seasonings. has ground mustard and mustard seeds available at a better rate than the local grocery stores have so I pick some up when I visit the In-laws. They've recently changed their web page from decent to wtf? So get on their mailing list and get a catelog sent, it is full of recipes from home cooks.
I'm digging the Roman Mustard recipe, I may need to give that a try this fall since it sounds like it is heavy and richer than I like my summer fare.05-19-2012, 12:42 PM #5
Bourbon? HHHMMMMMM. Great idea about making the mustard as part of a gift. Made a dressing for my salad today with the mustard. Will look at the Penzey site.07-04-2012, 06:34 PM #6
That mustard sounds tasty, I hate that you need to scan the label every time, might do my own this weekend. Thanks.
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