Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 8 mins

A sweet and spicy homemade mustard. It got its name from people saying, "Hey, do you have any more of That Mustard?"

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix the first 5 ingredients in a small sauce pan.
  2. Add the sugar and beaten eggs.
  3. Cook on low until thickened and the sugar is dissolved.
  4. Keep in fridge.
  5. Serve this with cocktail franks, or cubes of cheese. Great on sandwiches and summer sausage. For a gift idea, put in small jar and make a cheese and sausage basket.
Most Helpful

What a great gift idea!!! Too bad, cause I'm keeping it ALL MYSELF!!!This stuff is wonderful!!!Thanks for a great recipe.I will be making this lots and lots,summer and winter.It's a keeper for sure:)

Theresa P November 24, 2002

This is an OMG recipe! Made it last night and didn't taste it until it had been refrigerated overnight and it is delicious. Can't wait to have ham and swiss cheese sandwiches tomorrow and lots of "That Mustard" Thanks! Carole in Orlando

carole in orlando February 15, 2003

Wonderful flavor. Easy to make. I followed the recipe exactly and we served it with italian sausages. Everyone that tried it liked it.

KarenT January 16, 2003