Recipe by pelicangal
"Has a nice mustard flavor, not too hot. Good with sandwiches and cold cuts."
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brown mustard seeds
yellow mustard seeds
dark beer, or as needed
apple cider vinegar
ground black pepper
half pint canning jars with lids and rings
I am the author of this recipe and the Tangy Mustard recipe. This one when you search for it states that it is not canned and just kept in the refrigerator. I have always canned this mustard. I put it in sterilized 1/2 pint jars and water bath for 10 minutes. I hope that you enjoy.
Hey guys! What did I do wrong? I used black and yellow seeds and followed the recipe.. My mustard was bitter and did not taste like mustard all.
Today I made both the tangy mustard and this one, they are both really good! but I think this one is better! The beer ( I used a red ale) gives a real depth of flavour. I also only used yellow mustard seed because that's all we had available locally. I will definitely make this again, may even give it as gifts! We now have mustard for months!
Awesome as I knew it would be...I just finished making 6 (4oz) jars...so cute...lol...I did taste the final product and was very pleased, unfortunatley I used a light beer instead of a dark robust since it is what I had on hand. Non the less it is delicious and I know by letting it sit for 2 weeks the flavors will only get better. Another great mustard recipe! Thank you pelicangal...if it wasnt for your mustard recipes, I probably would never try to make from scratch!
Note: I reviewed this recipe originally as a personal recipe back on March 12 of this year..so I thought I would share my review here as well since it has become published! Kudos to you pelicangal!
EXELLENT! Loved the flavors that were going on here...sweet, spicy, tangy and just delicious...a new favorite! Thanks for sharing. :)
OMG, this is HEAVENLY! I scaled down to 1/3 and used all brown mustard seeds. I held off on adding any sugar until 3 days as I wanted to "test" the flavor first. I was contemplating some horseradish, but after tasting it, it's got enough kick without it! I ended up putting a 'dash' of stevia to soften the tartness. It's wonderful on everything! P.S. I didn't do the canning as I just had one small jar, I'm sure it will be gone in no time!
Amazing!! I couldn't believe I actually made this at home! I used Amstel Light beer (it was all I had that someone left here!) and it turned out great! For the brown mustard seeds I used Andhra Mustard Seeds from the Indian grocery store up the street...they have quite a bit of a kick, so this turned out like a horseradish style mustard - delicious! I gave this as a couple of gifts and they are already asking for more jars. I will make this recipe again (with better beer next time!). I had to blend in the food processor for several minutes to get the desired thick consistency, and it turned out perfect!
Just made it. Seems to be very tasty. Cant wait to try later. Thinking this would be great for rack of lamb?
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 21
** Calories from Fat: 9
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