How to Make Chinese Hot Mustard and Basic Country Mustard
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How to Make Chinese Hot Mustard and Basic Country Mustard. Created by: Tiffany Prather, Rusty Prather, Joan Jackson, Shannon O’Berry, and Dr. Frank Flanders Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office Revised July 2006. Ingredients:. Chinese Hot Mustard:. Basic Country Mustard:.

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Created by tiffany prather rusty prather joan jackson shannon o berry and dr frank flanders georgia agriculture e

How to Make Chinese Hot Mustard and Basic Country Mustard

Created by: Tiffany Prather, Rusty Prather, Joan Jackson, Shannon O’Berry, and Dr. Frank Flanders

Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office

Revised July 2006


Created by tiffany prather rusty prather joan jackson shannon o berry and dr frank flanders georgia agriculture e

Ingredients:

Chinese Hot Mustard:

Basic Country Mustard:

  • Dry Mustard (Powder)

  • Sugar

  • Boiling Water

  • Vegetable Oil

  • You will need a medium sauce pan, measuring spoons, measuring cup, and amixing spoon.

  • Yellow Mustard Seed

  • Mustard Powder

  • Cold Water

  • Apple Cider Vinegar

  • Salt

  • You will need a mortar and pestle, measuring spoons, measuring cup, and a mixing spoon.


Created by tiffany prather rusty prather joan jackson shannon o berry and dr frank flanders georgia agriculture e

Chinese Hot Mustard:

Step 1: Measure out 1/4 cup of dry mustard. Mix in 1 teaspoon of sugar and 2 teaspoons of vegetable oil.


Created by tiffany prather rusty prather joan jackson shannon o berry and dr frank flanders georgia agriculture e

Chinese Hot Mustard:

Step 2: Stir in 1/4 cup boiling water. Mix mixture thoroughly. Put mixture into a container. Let stand for 8 hours before serving. Store in refrigerator.


Created by tiffany prather rusty prather joan jackson shannon o berry and dr frank flanders georgia agriculture e

Basic Country Mustard:

Step 1: Grind 2 tablespoons of mustard seed to desired texture (there is no correct texture)using a mortar and pestle. Mix the ground mustard with 1/4 cup brown or yellow mustard powder.


Created by tiffany prather rusty prather joan jackson shannon o berry and dr frank flanders georgia agriculture e

Basic Country Mustard:

Step 2: Mix mustard seed and powder with 1/4 cup cold water. Let this mixture sit for 10 minutes. Add in 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and 1 teaspoon of salt.


Created by tiffany prather rusty prather joan jackson shannon o berry and dr frank flanders georgia agriculture e

Basic Country Mustard:

Step 3: Blend well with a mixing spoon. Pour mixture into a container. Refrigerate overnight before using.


Created by tiffany prather rusty prather joan jackson shannon o berry and dr frank flanders georgia agriculture e

Marketing Your Product

  • Make a label for your product.

  • Be creative with it.

  • Create a label that is attractive for your consumers.

  • Homemade goodie baskets make great fundraisers.

Your Mustard is complete. Hope you enjoy!

The End


Review questions

Review Questions

1. True or False: Mustard is not made from a seed.

A: False. Mustard is made from a seed.

  • Hypothesize why the Chinese Hot Mustard was spicy, while the Basic Country Mustard was not.

A: Answers will vary. The only difference between the two mustards’ ingredients were Chinese Hot Mustard had hot water added to it, while the Basic Country Mustard had cold water and apple cider vinegar as ingredients. Students should use this information to derive a logical answer.


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