Pirate's Pantry Hot Mustard Sauce

"This is a sweet, very hot mustard sauce that is good with any ham recipe and on sandwiches. It is from the "Pirates Pantry" cookbook published by the Lake Charles La. Junior League, which no southern cooking aficionado should be without."
photo by Bonnie G #2 photo by Bonnie G #2
photo by Bonnie G #2
Ready In:
12hrs 15mins
10 uses




  • Combine Coleman's mustard and white vinegar and allow to stand unrefrigerated overnight.
  • Combine ingredients and heat in small saucepan over low heat.
  • Bring to boil and allow to boil for 1 minute.
  • Hang on to your curlies and enjoy.

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  1. Bonnie G #2
    While reading about you on "Chef of the Day" (congrads on that) found this recipe and LOVE it, DH loves hot mustard with so many thingsI I usually just mix it with water and go for it - but this is so much better and how I'm sure it's supposed to be done. We served this with grilled polish sausages and a side of sauerkraut and it was the star of the entire meal. I've taken a photo that I'll post later when I get it uploaded but had to write and let you know how much we enjoyed this. Now hoping you'll post some of your wife's recipes like her - Honey wheat bread. Many thanks for posting this one.


I am a prosecuting attorney in Indiana whose wife happens to own a very cool casual fine dining restaurant in Kentland called the Old Colonial Inn. My wife bakes the excellent honey wheat bread we serve, creates beautiful desserts, and runs the front. My 10 and 12 y/o daughters both help me in the kitchen, and I am the cook. We love our little restaurant and are very proud of it. That is me in the middle of the picture. The big guy next to me is the greatest bartender in the midwest and the skinny little fellow on my other side is the Governor of Indiana, Mitch Daniels, who heard about us and dropped in for some of our fine shrimp creole.
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