Homemade Guinness Mustard
Guinness Mustard. Better than green beer in my book. Spicy, malty, and no hangover.
Recipe Intro From feedfeed
So, I didn’t know it was a thing to add stuff to mustard but I must say I’m excited to try it! Guinness beer mustard with recipe by @recipefiction
1 cup brown mustard seeds • ½ cup yellow mustard seeds • 11 ½ or 12 ounce bottle of Guinness Stout • 1 cup malt vinegar • 1 T kosher salt • 1 tsp ground or 12 whole peppercorns • ¼ tsp ground or 5 whole cloves • ¼ tsp ground or 4-5 whole allspice berries • ¼ tsp. cinnamon Combine all ingredients in a non-reactive bowl or glass jar and allow to sit, covered for 24-48 hours. This lets the mustard seeds and other spices to soften and the flavors to meld. If using whole spices they will generally float to the top. When it is time to mix it all up add as many as you can gather of the spices to the food processor first, along with about a quarter cup of the mustard seeds and some liquid. Process until no large chunks of spices are visible and the mixture is almost creamy, about three minutes. Add the remaining seeds and liquid and continue to process to your desired consistency, about another two or three minutes.