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Dijon Mustard

Experience the tangy and robust flavors of homemade Dijon mustard with this easy recipe. Dijon mustard is a classic French condiment known for its sharp taste and smooth texture. By making your own Dijon mustard at home, you can control the ingredients and customize the flavor to suit your preferences. Elevate your sandwiches, dressings, marinades, and more with the authentic taste of homemade Dijon mustard.
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The Story

Homemade Dijon mustard is a versatile and pungent condiment that adds a delightful zing to a wide range of dishes. This easy recipe allows you to create your own Dijon mustard using just a handful of ingredients. With its sharp flavor and smooth texture, this homemade version is perfect for adding a distinctive taste to dressings, sandwiches, sauces, and other culinary creations.


1/2 cup yellow mustard seeds
1/4 cup brown mustard seeds
1/4 cup white wine vinegar
1/4 cup water
2 tablespoons dry white wine
1 teaspoon honey or maple syrup
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon turmeric (optional, for color)
4 Servings

Prep Time:

0 Hrs 10 Mins

Cook Time:

0 Hrs 15 Mins

Total TIme:

0 Hrs 0 Mins



In a bowl, combine the yellow and brown mustard seeds, white wine vinegar, and water. Stir well to ensure all the seeds are coated in the liquid.


Cover the bowl and let the mustard seeds soak at room temperature for at least 4 hours or overnight. This will soften the seeds and allow them to blend easily.


After the soaking period, transfer the mustard seed mixture to a blender or food processor.


Add the dry white wine, honey or maple syrup, salt, and turmeric (if using) to the blender.


Blend the mixture until it reaches your desired consistency. For a smoother texture, blend longer; for a grainier texture, blend briefly.


Taste the Dijon mustard and adjust the flavor by adding more honey, salt, or vinegar, according to your preference.


Transfer the homemade Dijon mustard to a jar or airtight container for storage.

Tips for this recipe

If you prefer a spicier Dijon mustard, you can add a pinch of cayenne pepper or a dash of hot sauce to the mixture during blending.

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