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Whiskey Mustard

Whiskey Mustard created by chia2160

A spicy mustard, but if you want less heat leave out the cayenne pepper. Like the horseradish mustard I posted, this is another no-cook mustard. Good again as a gift for food loving friends. If you want you can do all the mixing in your food-processor. Prep time does not include standing time.

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  • Grind the mustard seeds to a powder, I use a coffee grinder.
  • In a ceramic or glass bowl mix the mustard powder with the water and leave for half an hour.
  • Then add the flour with the cayenne (if using) mix well.
  • Add vinegar, whisky, honey, nutmeg, salt and mix until well blended.
  • Cover and leave overnight.
  • Next day: if it looks too dry add more honey, so far the times I made it it never looked too dry but sometimes too thin and I add another spoon of flour, the mustard will thicken a bit more the next weeks so keep that in mind.
  • Pour into sterilized jars and seal, allow to mature/mellow for 2 to 3 weeks in a cool dark place.
  • After opening keep in the fridge.
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"A spicy mustard, but if you want less heat leave out the cayenne pepper. Like the horseradish mustard I posted, this is another no-cook mustard. Good again as a gift for food loving friends. If you want you can do all the mixing in your food-processor. Prep time does not include standing time."
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  1. Flue Crew
    I've had a batch aging for a month now and finally tried it today. FANTASTIC!!!! I've tried making several different types of mustard and this is the ONE. Spicey with LOTS of flavor. Just what I was looking for. Thanks for the recipe.
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  2. Kittencalrecipezazz
    This is good, I found that 1/2 teaspoon cayenne was plenty for this and we like lots of heat. The flavor definately increases with chilling time, thanks for sharing, I will be making this again and use it for many foods and recipes...Kitten:)
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  3. chia2160
    hot and spicy, great condiment for sliced deli sandwiches. i made this several weeks ago and put it in the cabinet so the flavors could blend. i did add an extra tbsp of flour the next morning to thicken. very tasty .
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  4. chia2160
    Whiskey Mustard Created by chia2160
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  5. evelynathens
    This mustard is HOT and delicious! Complex savoury/spicy/sweet flavour. I'm looking forward to using this in a lot of ways. So far used in a salad vinaigrette and it was a winner.
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