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Basic Mustard Recipe

Consider this your springboard to all kinds of mustard.

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Basic Mustard Recipe Recipe

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Preparation Instructions

For mild mustard, combine the water and vinegar and bring to a boil, then mix in the dry ingredients.
Using boiling hot vinegar and water will significantly reduce the nose hit from the mustard powder.

Use cold liquids for hotter mustard. For variations, try substituting a dry white wine or lemon juice in place of the water.
Mustard seeds/powder can be any type: mild, regular or oriental. Add whole or crushed mustard seeds after completing the basic recipe. They adsorb a lot of liquid. If extra liquid is needed, consider using vinegar first.

You can experiment with numerous other spices and flavors.

The most popular additions are turmeric and paprika.

Helpful Hints

Use this recipe as a base to create flavored mustards to your taste.

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6 Comments

Cosimo Toscano

Who new it could be so simple. I can't wait to receive the ingredients for the mustard to try making my own mustard!

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Cosimo Toscano

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Sam L

It's a great place to start!! Use yellow mustard seeds and soak them in the vinegar but use champagne vinegar. Use same amout of black mustard seeds and soak them in good bourbon overnight. Add 3 Tbsp. honey, 1 Tbsp. brown sugar. mix, chill, and enjoy!! Chill over night.

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Kyle

Vile

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Bob & Dar

Does anyone know how to make this using brandy instead

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Gary Garithes

So pasty and bitter!!!

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Topher

I used red wine vinegar and added horseradish to mine for some kick. I thought it turned out pretty good. 👍🏻

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