Homemade Grainy Mustard 1 cup mustard seeds (use yellow, brown, or a combination) 3/4 cup apple cider vinegar Over the course of a couple of days, the seeds will absorb almost all of that liquid. If the liquid is completely absorbed and your seeds look a little dry, add a bit more water.
Honey Mustard Dressing (1/2 small white onion, diced 1 T butter or oil (butter may curd if you store it for a while) 3 T grainy mustard (I use this one) 3 T honey 1 T light brown sugar 1/2 C raw apple cider vinegar 1 C extra virgin olive oil salt)
Homemade Mustard...Just Mustard Seeds and ACV! Who knew it could be so easy! We've been so conditioned to BUY everything from a store...it had to start somewhere right? How about MY kitchen where I KNOW for SURE what it has in it?!
This is the 2nd time today that I've come across the name Ina Garten, which makes me think I need to find out who she is (her name is vaguely familiar). At any rate, her potato recipe looks good. --ina garten's mustard roasted potatoes.
Mustard: "From-scratch mustard is surprisingly simple to make and will last about 6 weeks stored in the refrigerator. For a smoother version, grind the mustard seeds longer. The recipe is for a more rustic version, not to be confused with the spicier Dijon."