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DIY Spicy Mustard Recipe: Make Your Own in 2 Simple Steps!
Many of you have already mastered the art of making homemade condiments, but have you ever tried to make your own spicy mustard? Believe it or not, it is one of the easiest ones to make. Not to mention extremely cost effective and delicious. In just two simple (I mean crazy simple) steps and less than 5 mins prep, you can make your own spicy mustard!
Dijon mustard actually comes from a region of France, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying it or making it yourself. This mustard pairs beautifully with meats, cheeses, pretzels, brats, biscuits , it is simply amazing and so easy to make. For a fraction of the cost of store-bought, you can create your own Spicy Mustard in two simple steps, who knew?
Spicy Mustard Ingredients
- 1/2 Cup Dry White Wine
- 1/4 Cup Mustard Seeds
- 1/2 Cup + 1 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar (you can substitute other vinegar’s)
- 1/2 tsp Salt
Different Types of Mustard Seeds
by The Kitchn.com
Mustard seeds come from various mustard plants. The plants produce beautiful yellow flowers which then turn to pods that contain the seeds. There are three kinds of dried mustard seeds:
- White or Yellow – These mustard seeds are generally larger than brown mustard seeds but not as pungent as black or brown seeds White or yellow mustard seeds are the primary ingredient in American mustards and are also used in pickling spice mixes.
- Brown – Brown mustard seeds are commonly used for pickling and flavoring meats like corned beef. Many European mustards are made with brown mustard, and it is also used a lot in Indian cooking.
- Black – These small seeds cost more to grow and harvest so they are not as common as the others and Black mustard seeds are highly pungent.
Mustard seeds can be stored in airtight containers in a dry, dark place for up to a year. Click here to read more.
You can use any blender or food processor but I used my emulsion blender for about 2 minutes.
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