Tangy Carolina Barbecue Sauce Recipe
This North Carolina BBQ Sauce recipe is tangy and full of flavor! We love slathering it on pulled pork or grilled chicken. You won't be able to get enough of this barbecue sauce recipe.
Jack Daniel's Hot Mustard (For Canning) Recipe - Food.com
A sweet, spicy, smoky mustard that's got just the right amount of kick to it. This is something I made up from a combination of a few mustard recipes, and we really enjoy it. The chipotle powder gives it a unique twist that the other mustards don't have. NOTE: As mentioned by some reviewers, flour is not safe for canned products. Some cooks, myself included, have used flour in canning for years with no bad results. Please be your own judge here.
Honey Mustard Dressing
Creamy, tangy with a touch of sweet. A true crowd pleaser, use for leafy greens and roasted vegetables. It goes fantastic with my Roasted Sweet Potato Salad!
Wholegrain Mustard - A Water Bath Food Preservation Recipe
Mustard made with both yellow and brown mustard seeds and preserved in a water bath canner.
Hot Habanero Mustard
We love hot things and mustard is one of them. This recipe is super easy and has some heat to it. Spread it on hotdogs, burgers, use it as a dipping sauce, the possibilities are endless!
How to Make Homemade Salad Dressing – A Couple Cooks
Homemade salad dressing is simple to make and comes together in minutes. It tastes delicious and helps to avoid preservatives in store-bought dressings.
Hot Pepper Mustard
Ok, I've been canning for 2 weeks straight! I put up lots of goodies for winter and I've lost count now how many batches of this sweet/h...
How To Can Hot Mustard Amish Recipe | The Homestead Survival
Can up some Amish hot mustard and you can have this spicy condiment all winter long. You could probably make this only once per year and have enough to get you through to next time.
Copycat Chili's Chicken Crispers with Honey Mustard Dressing
Why spend the money eating out, when you can have your favorite guilty pleasure fried food in the comfort of your own home. This recipe is from Todd Wilbur's book, Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 and is spot on!