I am a mustard fiend - and my wife eats even more than I do. After going through a bottle every couple of weeks, and not being able to find our favorites, I decided to find a recipe.
Well, last night I made mustard for the first time. Holy cow! It was easier than I expected, and turned out good! (maybe a touch too sweet - and I'm hoping for a little bit more authentic flavor, but imho it was really good! I felt like it might have rivaled the Grocery store version of Maille - but am concerned about the extra flavorings in the recipe? I'm hoping to make the authentic stuff.)
Anyway, my wife and I are both fans of Maille - Our absolute favorite is Edmond Fallot, but it's SO expensive. I'd love to be able to make something that tastes like that!
We also like Whole grain mustards and are willing to try just about anything.
So, anybody else want to try making mustard? Let's see what we can do!
The recipe I used was here, and it is good, but I think it has too many ingredients (I'm especially concerned about the sugar)?
I used Coleman Mustard Powder and Cider Vinegar.