Yellow Mustard Recipes
YELLOW MUSTARD (Sinapis alba)
The yellow mustard seeds and powder we carry are those of common, hot mustard. They're most often used for prepared mustards, pickling, marinades, casseroles, salad dressings, and sauces. Yellow mustard powder is often commonly referred to as mustard flour. Brown mustard (Brassica juncea) is from a different plant, and has a more peppery flavor.
Combine mustard, brown sugar, salt, and turmeric in food processor or blender and mix well. With machine running, add 10-12 ounces of beer or ale in a slow, steady stream. Blend until mixture is smooth and creamy, stopping frequently to scrape down sides. Transfer to a jar with a tight-fitting lid. Store in a cool, dry place.
Tip: You can add a blend of all-purpose flour and water (2 tablespoons flour to 1/2 cup water) to mustard while mixing in order to reduce heat of mustard.