Quick and Simple Recipes – Hot Chilli Mustard

by Hot Juan on January 29, 2011 · 1 comment

in Recipes

Mustards are easy to make and keep well without the need to add additional preservatives (vinegar is a good preservative, but it never works when I add it to chips?).

In this mustard I have used Japanese rice vinegar as it has a mild sweet taste, it also has less acetic acid that our traditional vinegars, you can now find it in most large supermarkets or your local oriental store.

You could also use a seasoned rice vinegar which has sake and some sugar added, this is the kind of vinegar you add to cooked rice when making sushi.


The recipe could not be much simpler, first soak the mustard seeds in the rice vinegar overnight ( I put mine in the fridge), then place this and all the other ingredients in a blender and blitz until most of the mustard seeds are broken.

The Hot Book of Chillies by David Floyd

This is a bit of an upgraded version of the recipe that appeared in my book “The Hot Book of Chillies” which is now getting a bit old, it missed out of the wave of new superhot chillies, so if any publisher is out there wanting a new book about chillies, I am ready..

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avatar Hot Juan February 16, 2011 at 10:14 pm

Follow this link for a picture by Nathan Chantrell of what it looks like


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