Sauces

German mustard


German Mustard Ingredients

  1. Dry mustard 250 grams
  2. Salt 7 grams
  3. Sugar 75 grams
  4. Wine vinegar 25 grams
  5. White grape wine 50 grams
  6. Cinnamon 1 gram
  7. Boiled water 100 grams
  • Main Ingredients: White Wine, Mustard
  • Serving 4 servings
  • World cuisineGerman cuisine

Inventory:

Strainer, Large plate, Suitable container for mustard, Lid on a mustard jar

Cooking mustard in German:

Step 1: pour mustard powder.

Mustard powder sifted with a strainer must be poured with boiling water, everything must be moved very carefully so that there are no lumps left. The consistency of the mustard must be like a thick dough.

Step 2: insist mustard.

The resulting dough is again poured with boiling water and removed to 15 hours in a warm place so that she is well insisted.

Step 3: add the following ingredients.

Remove the mustard from a warm place, drain the boiling water left there and dilute the dough with prepared vinegar and grape wine, add sugar, salt and a little cinnamon to the mixture.

Step 4: put the mustard in a container.

The mustard should then be kneaded again and put in small pans, tins or jars. Store in a cool place.

Step 5: serve mustard in German.

You can, in principle, not store it, but immediately serve it on the table. This mustard is ideal for any fried meat, as well as for Dusseldorf sausages. Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - Ready mustard is best placed in small containers in which you can serve it to the table to please your guests. - when the mustard is insisted be careful, make sure that your household does not overturn the container with mustard not yet ready, otherwise it will disappear.

- - By the way, the famous French mustard is prepared according to the same recipe, only it also includes cloves, shallots, fried in vegetable oil. - Remember that mustard is rich in many useful elements that will help you maintain your health - mustards are diverse in different countries, it can be white, yellow, black and green types of mustard. In France alone, there are about a hundred species of mustard. German mustard is one of the best options. In general, everyone knows that the word "mustard" came to us from Germany.