How to make it

  • Put sugar and entire tin of Colemans mustard powder in the jar.
  • Mix well
  • Add beer and stir gently until it reaches the desired consistency you want.
  • Cap it.
  • Place it in the back of your refrigerator for one week.
  • Every day take it out and stir (do not shake it!)
  • At the end of 7 days and before every use stir and place a THIN layer on whatever you want.
  • First attack is a lingering sweet taste followed by the heat.
  • The longer it sits the hotter it gets.
  • Variations I have tried is adding tarragon or dill weed, garlic oil, rosemary and thyme. Experiment.

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  • zena824 11 years ago
    Wow.. this is great....I bet it would be good with German Sausage....
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  • mrscoach 11 years ago
    ooooohhhhhh....bliss. I see a spicy brat in my future.
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  • gingerlea 11 years ago
    Sounds really good. Wish I had some salami or pastrami (spelled wrong) and pumpernickel bread!!!!!
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    " It was excellent "
    recipediva ate it and said...
    Thanks for posting. I often make my own mustard. You can use champagne, or honey flavoring. I never thought of using sugar. I have made it with beer or water. You can use regular powdered mustard. Coleman is stronger and better flavor. This is a great post. Going to try your recipe as posted. Thanks for sharing. I love the stories with the recipes!
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