Making your own mustard
brown mustard seeds
yellow mustard seeds
or if you like it less spicy, a regular one
of cayenne pepper
or apple vinegar
Put all ingredients together in a plastic or glass bowl and leave to soak overnight. Or do it in the morning and make the mustard end of the afternoon.
Add everything together in a blender and turn until it resembles mustard. if it is too thick add a bit of vinegar. Put into clean jars.
The mustard has to ripen for at least three days outside of the fridge.
Keep in the fridge afterwards
This recipe is from
In Simone's Kitchen