Maker's Mark Mustard Recipe. A recipe rewind, because some things are too good to miss!

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Recipe rewind, because in the beginning there is a blogger who has no readers. She still posts great food in hopes that the readers will come..........






This morning I dumped the whole mess into the food processor. It sure looks like a lot! Then I began to grind and process. Let me tell you this right now, mustard seeds are hard little things, even when they have partied for a couple of weeks.

Another thing I learned is that the ratio is about 3:1. Three parts liquid to one part mustard. I like my mustard on the sturdy side, thick enough that when I dip a knife into the jar, the mustard will mound a bit onto the knife and not run off like a sauce.

Makers Mark Mustard
by the seat of my pants!

Ultimately here is what is in the quart jar,

1 1/2 c mustard seeds
1/2 c Maker's Mark
2/3 c water
2/3 c cider vinegar
2 t salt
2 T French Thyme
3/4 c honey

Grind, age, eat.

Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. I love mustard too this is great never tried it!

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  2. I love the bit about the mustard seeds partying, lol. Good job!

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  3. Ibet this is delicous,, we go through alot of mustard, it would get eaten here no problem,, looks great,,

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  4. I never would have thought that the seeds would need to "party" for a while. How long do you think it will take you to get through that quart?

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  5. I'm so glad you don't have to grind with a mortar and pestle, sweat dripping off your brow. I wonder if you can make good mustard out of mustard powder?

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  6. I have 4 different types of mustard in the fridge right now so this one would fit right in.

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  7. I have never considered making my own mustard. What a fun idea! I absolutely love mustard so this might be a new project for me. Thanks!

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  8. Homemade mustard has been on my hit list for a LONG time. I need to just make it! Love the idea of soaking the seeds in whiskey. Great idea and flavor!

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  9. So glad you brought this one back!! It sounds so delicious!! Now I need to make me some!!

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  10. Those tiny seeds sure have a lot of spunk! I appreciate you saying in the beginning there is a blogger who has no readers. I am a new blogger and I guess everyone starts the same way! I enjoy your posts. Fun to read.

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  11. that looks awesome! I love mustard, any and all of it and never made it myself so this is a first fo rme to even hear of doing it. I can't wait to give it a go! thanks for the rewind or else i would have missed this!

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  12. Hi Melynda,
    I sure am glad you brought this one back it is a great recipe. I am going to try it very soon. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and I look forward to seeing you again real soon.
    Have a great week end!
    Miz Helen

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  13. Love it! Everything tastes better made from scratch! Great blog!

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