Okay, so let's go back to the part about a whole cookbook dedicated to mustard. Seem's kind of excessive, right? Well it turns out you can do a lot more with mustard than you think! "Mustard Makeovers & More", a cookbook by Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission, provides a ton of recipes - from Easy Mustard Onion Focaccia Bread - to Mustard Maple Butter - to Spicy Peppery Mustard Chicken. Despite the drool-worthy selection, I stuck to my original goal of making a batch of plain and simple homemade mustard.
Turns out, mustard making is really, really easy.
First I got my ingredients in order:
- Mustard seed
- Dry mustard powder
- Water (which I learned could be substituted for beer, wine, or grapejuice...I went with beer)
- White wine or cider vinegar
If you want to grab some tasty mustard recipes check out Sask Mustard website and the Mustard Makeovers & More Cookbook.
*I wasn't paid to write this blog post, but as mentioned above, I was given the cookbook for free.*