Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Mild Pepper Mustard

I LOVE this stuff!
I've bought it before at fall craft fairs and have had the pleasure of receiving it from friendly gardeners and canners but had never tried to make it myself until this morning.
My pepper plants are huge this year and every time I go to pick them I always end up with a huge mixing bowl full.
My freezer is running over with whole and diced peppers so I thought now was the time to try making this mustard.
I have to tell you, the peppers that I grow are mild banana peppers so that is what I used. I did add one very hot pepper to the mix though and that was enough to give it just the right amount of pizzazz without all the heat.
However, if you like HOT then use all hot peppers.

Mild Pepper Mustard

36 banana peppers (I used about 50 that ranged in size from small to large)
1 hot pepper (or more)
1 quart prepared mustard
1 quart apple cider vinegar
5 cups sugar
2 cups water
1 1/2 cups flour

Clean peppers and remove seeds.
Grind peppers in a food processor.
Grind until pretty much pureed.
Place in a large stock pot & add vinegar, mustard & sugar.
Bring to a boil.
Keep a close eye on it because once it begins to boil it will quickly boil clear to the top of the pan & over.
Turn heat down and let simmer for 30 minutes.
Mix flour and water together.
Add to mustard mixture.
Cook until thickened. (10-15 min.)
Place in jars and process in a water bath for 15 minutes.


Little Messy Missy said...

This sounds fabulous!!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe...I am so going to make this!!!

Barbara said...

That sounds really good, and yes I too like it mild, I do not like anything that burns my mouth, hugs and blessings

Carmen C. said...

YUMMY! There's a little mennonite deli in town that sells something similar to that and it is so good on hamburgers and hotdogs:)

West Side of Straight said...

Oh this sounds delicious! Would love a tast!

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

I have never seen this type of mustard before, Carmen. It looks so good!

Sandra said...

I've never seen this before. What do you put it on?

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Terra said...

This sounds delicious and I know my husband and I would love it.

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

YUM! I have had this recipe using the hot peppers for awhile but never used it because I'm the only one that eats hot stuff around here. Now why didn't I just think of using mild peppers!!?

Anonymous said...

This is the best mustard made it last year when you posted it. It is all gone can't wait to make more, going to double batch! Thank you for sharing!