Horseradish Mustard

"A spicy mustard, better then the store bought variety, good gift for food lovers."
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Ready In:
4 small jars




  • Sift the flour, add all the other ingredients and mix for a few minutes.
  • Cover, let it stand for half an hour, mix again and put in clean jars.
  • It will be ready in one week, leave in a cool dark place.

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  1. I'm always looking for a good mustard spread and this is one of them. The taste is good though I did reduce the salt by 1/3 (health reasons). Horseradish always adds a nice kick to mustard.
  2. This recipe was an excellent way for me to use my small harvest of horseradish. It was easy to make and really good. I cheated and ate most of it before the 1 week stand time, but it still tasted great. Coleman's Mustard powder served to spice it up really nicely. The one tweak to the recipe that I made was using about a third of the salt due to personal taste.
  3. Excellent Mustard - I had it last night on Oktoberfest sausages with Sauerkraut & Mashed potatoes - easy dinner but Oh so good with that touch of your mustard. It will be going into my christmas goodie gifts. Thanks Annelies for another winner


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