Mustard by stownsend


I made some mustard this morning for some appetizers I will fix for tonight's party. It is a very spicy hot mustard. And very easy. Here is the recipe -

1/2 C. Coleman's dry mustard
1/2 C. Cider vinegar
1 Egg
1/2 C. Sugar
pinch of salt

Mix the dry mustard and the vinegar and let stand overnight, covered.
In a double boiler beat the egg, sugar, salt and mustard mixture.
Cook and stir over hot (not boiling) water until slightly thickened. Cool and store in the refrigerator. Makes about a cup.

Very, very good! Try it on ham or polish sausage.
Sounds delicious! Happy new year!
December 31st, 2010  
yum...happy new year Suzie
December 31st, 2010  
It sounds yummy.
December 31st, 2010  
I printed this recipe out! I am going to try it....sounds delicious! I hope that you have a wonderful New Year!
December 31st, 2010  
Oooh, that sounds yummy! Have fun tonight!
December 31st, 2010  
@deesdiscoveries I hope you like it! My sister gave me the recipe years ago and I love it!
December 31st, 2010  
Oh I always make it too sharp!
December 31st, 2010  
Thanks for the recipe! Have a wonderful time tonight! We're just going to an early dinner and a movie. No one was having a party... sniff sniff - maybe we could come to yours? Happy New Year, Suzie!
December 31st, 2010  
I am going to try this recipe this weekend, thanks !!! Great composition!!!
January 4th, 2011  
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