Recipe: Homemade Sweet and Spicy Mustard Sauce with Honey and Sriracha

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  • Less than 15 MIN
  • Easy
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Only eight ingredients are needed to create this simple staple that’s good on everything from sandwiches to fine dining meals.

My father’s family is from Alsace, France, so I spent many summers there with my grandparents. I quickly learned that mustard is their number one condiment and I became a convert. When I opened my first restaurant in California, I actually installed mustard-on-tap to dispense Maille Mustard from Paris. 

Now, I make my own. It all starts by sourcing the best seeds and learning how to grind them correctly. You can use it for everything from simple home-cooked meals like sandwiches to more elegant meals like meats and game, and you can even use it for dipping your Chick-fil-A nuggets!

It takes weeks to make mustard because it has to rest, sort of like dough rising. But the results are, as they say in France, formidable.

Yields: 2.5 cups

Ingredients:

1 cup Dijon Style Mustard
1 cup country grain style mustard
1 ounce local orange blossom honey
1 tablespoon prepared horseradish
1 teaspoon orange blossom water (used commonly in Middle Eastern cooking)
Sriracha to taste
Sea salt and pepper to taste 

Directions:

Mix ingredients together, cover and store in the refrigerator for several weeks for best results.


 

  

 

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