Dried English Mustard

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Recipe by the80srule

For those of us across the pond (and in other parts of the world too) who can't easily find this neat condiment, and/or only need a little bit and don't want a huge bottle, for making traditional English dishes. The flour gives it substance and turmeric heats it up-- it's a fab substitute for plain ground mustard when making macaroni and cheese sauce! Feel free to adjust upward or downward depending on how much you need-- this is to make a "spice rack" sized bottle. In a fancy spice bottle, it makes a nice gift for the Anglophile in your life! 1 SERVING = 1 TSP, 12 TSP IN 4 OZ

Top Review by stingo

I love making my own spice blends, for precisely the reason the80srule lists - I can make only what I need rather than buying a bottle for one or two recipes. The present incarnation very tasty, and the turmeric does indeed heat things up and the flour adds to the dryness. Intriguing and tasty. Recommended.


  1. Sift all the ingredients together in a small bowl and pour into an airtight container.

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