Derrick's Low-Iodine Mustard
Updated: Dec 17, 2020
A healthy, homemade mustard to complement your favorite dishes. (Contributed by Derrick D.)
This recipe is all all-time favorite, shared and featured in ThyCa's Low-Iodine Cookbook.
In Derrick's own words:
"There are no precise measurements, as you can add or take away ingredients to make this, as it is made to taste."
Mustard seed or ground mustard (Chef's Tip: Mustard seed gives a more pronounced flavor, but ground works just as well)
Hot water (Chef's Tip: The hotter the water, the spicier the mustard will be)
If you use mustard seed, soak it in cold water for at least one hour to soften it before grinding into a paste, as hot water will weaken the flavor
Next, mix the ground mustard and water to make a paste
Add non-iodized salt and paprika to taste
Then, add a small amount of vinegar to thin out the paste
That's it! Low-iodine mustard made easy
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