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Thread: Spicy Beer Mustard - trying 3 variations

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    Thought I'd resurrect this as I needed my recipe again. Any more experiments?

    Quote Originally Posted by Clint View Post
    I'll probably wind up giving a bunch of this away, it's cheap & effortless. I might try adding more sugar to a portion, some Worcestershire or balsamic vinegar to another, but I'm going to watch how it develops on its own too, later today & next week etc.
    So many recipes, so little time
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    I make my own mustard as well. Currently trying to work my way through probably a liter or more of mustard!

    Sometime ago I bought a small jar of garlic/basilicum mustard. It tastes great. Good enough as a dip.
    That might be my next try.

    Then to the beer part: I made beer vinegar. Pretty tasty as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne M. View Post
    I make my own mustard as well. Currently trying to work my way through probably a liter or more of mustard!

    Sometime ago I bought a small jar of garlic/basilicum mustard. It tastes great. Good enough as a dip.
    That might be my next try.

    Then to the beer part: I made beer vinegar. Pretty tasty as well
    A litre?? Goes good with grilled sausages

    Lots of variations available--your garlic/basil being a good-looking one . Roasted garlic and carmelized onions being another.

    Storage up to a year in the fridge is a bonus.
    So many recipes, so little time
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    I haven't made this in I don't remember how long...... I still have a bag each of brown yellow seeds.

    .............what flavor will be next.
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    just made the original again. I adjusted a bit: 2/3 of the 2nd half of both beer and spices AND added 1t extra of each seed to the first soak. Consistency is perfect.
    So many recipes, so little time
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