Mustard - Ground or Condiment Recipe
You won't believe how easy it is to make homemade mustard, both, as a condiment,
and ground up. Unless you are growing your own plants, the hardest part may
be the task for finding the seeds to use.
Use dried mustard seeds. Place them in a coffee grinder, or food processor.
Grind them until they are a very fine, powdery consistency. Store in a baggie,
or a small jar along with your other spices.
Use dried mustard seeds. There are a variety of seeds. White, or yellow seeds
make a yellow mustard. Brown seeds make a stronger, more pungent brown mustard.
Place seeds and a small amount of water or vinegar into a blender. Avoid
using too much liquid, or it will be runny. You can also use almost any liquid,
including wine or even beer.
Run blender until the mixture is smooth. Store mustard in the refrigerator.
Tip: Experiment and create your own mustard flavor. Add tiny amounts
of other spices before processing. Salt, black pepper, and honey are popular
choices. For some zip, add a little (very little) Jalapeno peppers.
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