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English Mustard From Scratch

This recipe calls for brown and yellow mustard seed; however, it also requires some mustard powder. I would think that you can grind enough mustard seed to give you 1 cup of powder, using it as directed. Maybe a mix of brown and yellow depending on how sharp you prefer the mustard.

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  • In a non-reactive container, combine mustard seeds with beer and vinegar. Let sit 48 hours. Check periodically to make sure seeds are covered by liquid; add more if necessary.
  • Transfer seeds and liquid to a food processor. Add remaining ingredients. Process until creamy, four to six minutes.
  • Transfer to jars. Allow mustard to mature, 3 to 4 weeks, before serving.
  • Note: You can vary the mustards flavor by substituting your favorite ingredients, the basic technique remains the same.
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"This recipe calls for brown and yellow mustard seed; however, it also requires some mustard powder. I would think that you can grind enough mustard seed to give you 1 cup of powder, using it as directed. Maybe a mix of brown and yellow depending on how sharp you prefer the mustard."
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  1. Nancy Fahey
    Anne, A friend of mine (older) took the time to show me how to make mustard. It was more of add a little of this and a little of that, so I went on the internet thinking there would be a wealth of knowledge on this subject. WRONG!!!! So thanks for your recipe. If your interested in mine, give me a shout, it is nearly like yours. Happy Cooking.
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  2. Anne Edgell
    This recipe calls for brown and yellow mustard seed; however, it also requires some mustard powder. I would think that you can grind enough mustard seed to give you 1 cup of powder, using it as directed. Maybe a mix of brown and yellow depending on how sharp you prefer the mustard.
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