Looks good, but I need a recipe without flour due to gluten free family members. From what I've read, mustard will thicken up on it's own anyway, so maybe I'll try it and just leave out the flour.
I'm thinking Christmas. This turnout great and would make a nice gift come the Holidays for someone like my brother who likes spice mustards. DH who is not fond of strong flavors was the only one at lunch who did not care for this mustard. Thank for the post.
I am signed up for a "cooking gifts" class in the near future and was excited to try making a homemade mustard. I didn't have any canning jars so I packed the mustard into some empty spice bottles I had kept for reuse. I still have another week to wait till I can taste but the smell is fantastic. This was easy and fun to try.
This is wonderful, easy to make and fun to serve. It was my first try at making mustard and I'll certainly do so again. I've just tried it at two weeks and it has a spicy hit, but wonderful flavor and is not too much for hearty foods. Thank you so much for posting it. Now I need to find a source for mustard seeds other than my market, where they were pricey...