If you want your condiments to have a little kick to them, this recipe is for you! Easy to create and delicious, this is a must-have recipe.
If you’ve never had hot mustard, you’re missing out on a fantastic treat. However, if you’re curious about how it tastes, we’ve got you covered.
What Does Hot Pepper Mustard Taste Like?
Thick as custard, sweet as jam, and loaded with flavor, this spread also has a small rush of heat. You could use this spicy pepper mustard as a condiment put on brats, sausages, and even hamburgers in addition to dipping them in it.
You might as well use this mustard in place of the mayonnaise in both your tuna salad and deviled egg dishes.
This dessert has the same dietary drawbacks as everything that tastes this good: a high sugar content. It requires the same amount of sugar as a typical jam recipe.
The flavor wasn’t the same when we made it with honey. We have reduced the amount of sugar in this recipe to the bare minimum without sacrificing flavor.
Hot Pepper Mustard Recipe
Makes approximately 7 pints
- 40 medium-large banana peppers
- 4 hot peppers (optional for additional heat)
- A quart of prepared yellow mustard
- 1 quart of apple cider vinegar
- 1 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
- 5 cups white sugar
- 1 1/2 cup water
- 1 teaspoon Kosher salt
- Seed and finely slice the peppers. This task can be completed in a fraction of the time.
- Put peppers in a stockpot and bring to a boil. The remaining ingredients should be added and mixed together.
- Keep whisking as you bring the mixture to a rolling boil. 5 minutes of boiling time. Stir the mixture often to keep it from adhering to the pan.
- Fill sterilized pint jars with the mixture, leaving a headspace of 1/4 inch. Finger tighten the ring after adding a warm lid and wiping the rim. Processing time: 10 minutes in a hot water bath (adjust for altitude).
And Voila! You’re done!