The word Mustard, comes from the Latin words mustum (much) and ardens (burning); so that alone says it is hot.
Recipes come to us from all over. This one came from a beach party in Delaware. We all brought a dish and sat around enjoying the evening and the ocean breezes. One lady brought a tray of salami and cheese cubes and this great mustard dipping sauce. Along with a cold beer or margarita, this was amazing. Hence, I asked for the recipe. This is hot like a Chinese Mustard, but taken in moderation is so good . I think it is better than Chinese Mustard!!
Hot Mustard Dipping Sauce
1 large can of Coleman's Mustard powder
1 cup of vinegar
Mix these ingredients in a pint jar overnight.
1 egg, beaten
1 cup of sugar
Place all ingredients in a double boiler and cook until thick, approximately 25-35 minutes. Keeps in refrigerator a long time. Mine always disappeared fast so I never worried about how long it would keep.
Till next time.......