This Sweet Mustard goes great with corndogs, hot dogs and even hamburgers. It's so easy to make you have no excuse not to make it.
My mom used to make this Sweet Mustard when I was a kid. So I have to assume it’s well over 50 years old.
This mustard goes great on corndogs, hot dogs and even hamburgers. This recipe is so easy to make that you can whip it up minutes before you are ready to eat.
What really makes this mustard so delicious is the celery seeds. The original recipe calls for 2 Tablespoons of celery seed but I would suggest experimenting a bit to fine-tune the flavor. I personally like to use more celery seeds but that’s for my taste buds.
Having made this recipe for a couple of decades now, I really wanted to know more about celery seeds. I mean how many recipes have you made with celery seeds?
So I decided to consult my fountain of knowledge and this is what I found out. Not that it really explains it’s flavor profile but I am always interested in the history of ingredients or dishes.
If you are looking for spicy mustard instead of this sweet mustard, you have to try my Jalapeno Mustard.
How to Make Sweet Mustard.
Nothing more than combining all ingredients in a bowl and mixing well.
- 24 oz Mustard
- 2 1/2 Cups White Sugar
- 2 Tbsp Celery Seed
how to make this recipe
- Combine all ingredients in bowl and mix well.
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