Recipe by Teri
This is a delicious recipe for mustard. I serve this with toasted ham and brie sandwiches. I also give it as gifts to friends and neighbors at Christmas. Aging this the 3-4 months as recommended will give you a delicate and smooth mustard.
Top Review by Heirloom Tomato
I made some this morning and put it in the pantry to age. A local deli makes their own delicious Champagne Honey Mustard and they will not share the recipe. I am hoping this is it!
I did modify it to use what I had on hand (white wine and white wine vinegar instead of flat champagne and lemon juice). If I ever have leftover champagne I'll make a batch just as written. I'll assign stars to this review after it has aged. It does not taste good right after you make it. It is certainly easy to make, and I love that! Thank you for the recipe. If it works, I'll make it all the time. Update: This never thickened for me and I was afraid to taste it. Sorry, it scares me!
- 1 cup dry mustard
- 1⁄4 cup honey
- 1⁄2 teaspoon salt
- 6 ounces flat champagne
- 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice