Homemade Mustard for Beef

Discussion in 'Beef' started by smokin vegas, Mar 21, 2012.

  1.  3 tablespoons yellow mustard seeds; 2 1/2 tablespoons brown mustard seeds; 1/3 cup dark ale or beer good quality; 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar; 1 tablespoon honey or brown sugar or both if you like it sweet. I blend in 2 tablespoons of good quality EVOO. Salt to taste. Play with the recipe make it your own.  I sometimes add a little horse radish it give more heat and flavor.

    Grind mustard seed mix ingredients put in container and let rest for at least 24 hours. I like to make a huge batch. Keeps in the frig for months just keeps aging.

    After you use home made mustard you will never go back to store bought. 

    If you have a hard time finding mustard seeds let know me I can help.

    Mustard for turkey use white wine and white wine vinegar.

    Smokin' Vegas.
     
    Last edited: Mar 21, 2012
  2. pops6927

    pops6927 Staff Member Moderator Group Lead OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Definitely captured this into Evernote!  Thank you!
     
  3. It looks tasty to me Vegas. 

    Do you have any good sources for dried mustard or is that the same as ground up mustard seeds?   I use a lot of Coleman's Dry Mustard in some of my recipes and can only find the stuff in the little tins but I'm guessing that oxidation plays a roll in that.

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    Can those little seed grinders get the seeds down to the mustard powder level?
     
  4. solaryellow

    solaryellow Limited Mod Group Lead

    That looks good. [​IMG]
     
  5. Mmm yup, I'll be making this soon!
     
  6. I can get mustard seeds for you for $2.40 a half pound each or blended and I think around $1.50 for shipping unless you want priority mail.  I use a coffee grinder to grind spices.  I have two sizes small one and one that will grind a pound of coffee at a time and in 10-15 different grinds.  I do not grind coffee in them though.  You can never get rid of the coffee flavor. 

    You could try using that powdered but it will be a fine powder I like stone ground (course grind). 
     
  7. boykjo

    boykjo SAUSAGE MAKER Staff Member Moderator Group Lead OTBS Member

    Thank you for the recipe lvie....... I love mustard. Now I can love it even more

    Joe
     
  8. Homemade is so much better.
     
  9. Thanks for the recipe. Mustard is a must around here.
     
  10. wow thanks for sharing this.  I can't wait to try this.
     
  11. My great-grandmother put a pinch of salt&sugar and mixed the mustard powder(Keene's or Coleman's) with milk. Had to be refrigerated, but it will blow your head off.
     
  12. Vegas! that recipe sounds great and I will try  it out and make a post.  I can't wait to grind up your seeds fresh and make mustard from that vs some  pre-ground stuff!! Thanks
     
  13. Thanks it is on my list to do
     
  14. Timely post.  I have a combo of brown and yellow mustard seeds soaking in a mixture of cider vinegar and bourbon, 3 to 1 at this moment.  I'm on about day 4 so will process soon. 

    The flavor will be adjusted as I process for sweetness to balance out the flavor.
     
  15. Just made my mustard today.

    I soaked 1/4 cup each of brown and yellow mustard seeds in a mixture of cider vinegar and bourbon, 3 to 1.  This sat for 4 days

    I poured off the liquid and processed the seeds with an immersion blender and added the liquid back to get the consistency I wanted.  Honey was used to sweeten and salt was added.  I ended up adding a little citric acid to get a tarter taste that didn't taste of vinegar.   This was my first attempt.  Not half bad

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  16. DAMN! I just want a spoon full now!
     
  17. Thanks

    Got to be one of the easiest things I've ever made.  It's mellowed a bit and taste way better than it did just after processing.  Give it a try
     

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