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“This is a modification of English Mustard #70193. When I had originally tried that, it was still quite watery, so I changed the amounts of mustard seeds and powder. I also added some other spices and such, to give it a bit more flavor. Use any color (brown, yellow, black) mustard seeds you wish. I end up making a batch about every three weeks or so because it doesn't last long in my house! Be warned that this is VERY HOT AND SPICY. Tastes great on ham or pork.”
1 Cup

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Toast the mustard seeds in a small dry pan (I use a cast iron pan) over medium heat, shaking occasionally, until the seeds start to pop. Remove from heat and tip the seeds into a mortar and pestle and crush them a few times. (If you don't have a mortar and pestle, tip them into a bowl and use the back of a spoon to crush them).
  2. In a glass or pottery bowl, blend the crushed mustard seeds, mustard powder and water thoroughly and let stand for 20 minutes. (You can drink the remaining beer while you're waiting!).
  3. Add the cayenne pepper, tumeric powder and salt. Stir to combine, then add the honey, vinegar and beer.
  4. If the mixture seems too thin, add up to one more tablespoon of mustard powder to help thicken it.
  5. Pour mustard into a small jar, cover and refrigerate for 2 to 3 days before using to let the flavors combine.
  6. Enjoy!

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