There has to be a male in your family who says "never hot enough for me?" perhaps it's just young Scots men - OK!
This is a great condiment for use with so many dishes. You can add ingredients, for instance I did chop up a cornichon - loved it, but some people don't like certain ingredients, so just do your thing with this one!
Wow, Hot & Spicy Mustard
1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 1 (9-ounce) container prepared yellow mustard (try to find English, French will do, but it's a bit insipid) 2 plump cloves of garlic, minced. Not pureed. 1/4 teaspoon allspice
Combine all ingredients. Refrigerate in airtight container for at least two days to let flavours blend. Store in small jelly jars. Serve with ham, sausages, add a tsp to your gravies for a little bit of a kick.
PS: Oooh forgot to mention my DH detests mustards!!! Can't have mustard in his food!
Post by bshem_yshua on Aug 11, 2009 12:49:41 GMT -6
It has been soooo long since I had the chance to log in. I came here first and had to laugh when I read this about young Scots men and the phrase "never hot enough for me". I hear something to this effect from my spouse all the time. I can't make a tomatoe salsa hot enough for him. I always thought this might be because he is Native American and Scots. I blamed the indian blood in him:). But after reading this, maybe I was wrong. Maybe it is the Scots blood manifesting LOL. By the way I love different kinds of mustard and homemade mustard recipes so I will be trying this one. Thanks for sharing.