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Beer Mustard Recipe

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Jim Majewski (Son-in-law of Leo)


cup dry mustard
cup sugar
cup whole mustard seed
2 Tbsp. flour
tsp. salt
1 can light beer
cup vinegar
2 eggs

In medium saucepan, whisk sugar, dry mustard, mustard seed, flour and salt together. Whisk in beer and vinegar.
Let rest 10 min. Whisk in eggs.
Cook over medium heat and whisk until boiling. Reduce heat to low whisking constantly.
Simmer 1-2 min. until thickened.
Pour into jars. cover with lids.
Cool and refrigerate.




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