day 29: stone ground mustard, homemade!

There is nothing like running out of a beloved condiment in the midst of making a masterpiece sandwich, when it’s blaring cold outside and you have lost all motivation to drive anywhere for any reason. Arrrgh! What on earth is one to do? The way I see it … you have one of 3 options. Option A) get over it and go to the store; B) do without; C) make your own damned mustard.

We’re going to explore option C. Now, I realize that this may simply be silly to some of you. But, you don’t understand the depths of creation behind this sandwich. I need my mustard and I need it NOW. Here goes!

Homemade stone ground mustard + a sandwich saver!

Homemade stone ground mustard + a sandwich saver!

What you’ll need:

  • 4 tbsp black mustard seeds
  • 4 tbsp ground mustard
  • 1 1/2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup water

What you’ll do:

  1. Using a mortar & pestle, grind the mustard seeds.
  2. Add ground mustard, vinegar, and salt
  3. Add water last
  4. Refrigerate and you’re all set to use (sandwich is saved)
  5. Enjoy!

*Special thanks to my sissy for the gift “One Good Dish” by David Tanis … the recipe was great, though I altered the recipe a smidge.

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2 thoughts on “day 29: stone ground mustard, homemade!

    • It is easy! And best of all … You can control the heat of your mustard and the graininess. Glad the chili worked out for you – make a big batch and freeze :)

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