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Old 06-11-2003, 04:55 PM
Kalle Helenius
 
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Does anyone have a workable Mexican mustard recipe? By workable
i mean with ingredients you can get from this side of the
globe...

TIA.

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Old 06-11-2003, 05:45 PM
Jack Schidt®
 
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"Kalle Helenius" wrote in message
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Does anyone have a workable Mexican mustard recipe? By workable
i mean with ingredients you can get from this side of the
globe...

TIA.


How is Mexican mustard different from others? I presume you mean 'prepared
mustard' that comes in a jar.

Jack


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Old 06-11-2003, 06:44 PM
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"Kalle Helenius" wrote in message
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Does anyone have a workable Mexican mustard recipe? By workable
i mean with ingredients you can get from this side of the
globe...

TIA.

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Kalle



In Mexico mustard is mostaza. They have Kraft, McCormick and what we
call Coleman's English Mustard is called
Abastos Puerto Morelos.

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Old 06-11-2003, 08:54 PM
ROBERT MACIAS
 
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1-800-966-5199 for WALKER FOODS IN LA CALIFORNIA THEY WOUD HAVE THE INFO
PANOLA PEPPER CO. HAS A HABANERO & a JALAPENO MUSTARD HEIR NUMBER IS
1-800-256-3013
"Kalle Helenius" wrote in message
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Does anyone have a workable Mexican mustard recipe? By workable
i mean with ingredients you can get from this side of the
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TIA.

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Old 06-11-2003, 09:14 PM
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On Thu, 06 Nov 2003 19:54:46 GMT, "ROBERT MACIAS"
SHOUTED:

1-800-966-5199 for WALKER FOODS IN LA CALIFORNIA THEY WOUD HAVE THE INFO
PANOLA PEPPER CO. HAS A HABANERO & a JALAPENO MUSTARD HEIR NUMBER IS
1-800-256-3013


Have a look at the poster's address, Robert. Kalle is in Finland.

I'm pretty sure a 1-800 number for a California company wouldn't work
from there. ;-)

David


"Kalle Helenius" wrote in message
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Does anyone have a workable Mexican mustard recipe? By workable
i mean with ingredients you can get from this side of the
globe...

TIA.

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Old 06-11-2003, 09:20 PM
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On Thu, 06 Nov 2003 20:14:50 GMT, David Wright
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On Thu, 06 Nov 2003 19:54:46 GMT, "ROBERT MACIAS"
SHOUTED:

1-800-966-5199 for WALKER FOODS IN LA CALIFORNIA THEY WOUD HAVE THE INFO
PANOLA PEPPER CO. HAS A HABANERO & a JALAPENO MUSTARD HEIR NUMBER IS
1-800-256-3013


Have a look at the poster's address, Robert. Kalle is in Finland.

I'm pretty sure a 1-800 number for a California company wouldn't work
from there. ;-)

David


P.S. I just looked up Walker Foods website, and I see they make one of
my two favorite canned salsas: El Pato!
(The other is Herdez.)

David
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Old 06-11-2003, 10:20 PM
The Tex Mex
 
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"Kalle Helenius" wrote in message =
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Does anyone have a workable Mexican mustard recipe? By workable
i mean with ingredients you can get from this side of the
globe...

TIA.

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Kalle

Here is a hot mustard.

Habanero Mustard=20

Yield: 1 pint=20

2 tsp Whole coriander seeds
1/4 cup Whole yellow mustard seeds
1/4 cup Whole black mustard seeds
1/4 cup Coleman's Dry Mustard
3/4 cup Cold water
3 Garlic cloves (peeled and chopped)
1 sm Onion (peeled and chopped)
1 Habanero pepper or more for more heat, seeded
1/4 cup Cider vinegar
1/4 cup Dry white wine=20

Toast coriander seeds in a dry skillet or place them in a flat dish and =
microwave on High for 4 to 5 minutes.=20
Crush the mustard and coriander seeds slightly in a mortar or blender, =
then mix them and the powdered mustard into the water and let stand for =
at least three hours.=20

Mix the remaining ingredients and pulverize in a blender until smooth.=20
Stir the puree into the mustard.=20
Bring the mixture to a boil, then lower the heat and simmer 5 minutes or =
until as thick as you like, stirring occasionally.=20
The mustard will thicken slightly on cooling.=20
Refrigerate, covered.=20


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Tex-Mex
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Old 07-11-2003, 05:10 AM
Steve Wertz
 
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On Thu, 06 Nov 2003 20:20:14 GMT, David Wright
wrote:

P.S. I just looked up Walker Foods website, and I see they make one of
my two favorite canned salsas: El Pato!
(The other is Herdez.)


Herdez is excellent salsa. Tastes better than most fresh or bottled
salsas.

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Old 12-11-2003, 01:35 PM
Kalle Helenius
 
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"The Tex Mex" wrote in message
...

"Kalle Helenius" wrote in message
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Does anyone have a workable Mexican mustard recipe? By workable
i mean with ingredients you can get from this side of the
globe...

TIA.

--
Kalle

Here is a hot mustard.

snipp

Thanks for answering. I guess i worded my request badly. I meant
by it that most countries have different twists to their
mustard, they use spices etc to create a distinct flavor, and i
was wondering whether or not Mexico has something like that. I
have a fairly good recipe base of different mustards, but i
never came across anything that was claimed to be Mexican.

Oh well, i guess the old trial-and-error way for me. Starting
with chipotle mustard tonight. I'll give the habanero one a go
as well, might just be a bit too hot.

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Kalle


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Old 12-11-2003, 01:44 PM
Kalle Helenius
 
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"Jack Schidt®" wrote in message
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"Kalle Helenius" wrote in

message
.. .
Does anyone have a workable Mexican mustard recipe? By

workable
i mean with ingredients you can get from this side of the
globe...

TIA.


How is Mexican mustard different from others?


That's the 10 grand question. Most countries do have differences
in their preferred mustards, and as Mexicans seem to do most
things themselves, i figured they might have one. For example,
the French have their Dijon, and most of their mustards are
based on that base, while the English have a more vinegary
mustard, similar to the US style, but hotter, with more mustard
seeds/powder, while Italian mustard is sweeter and more oily,
and Scandinavian mustard is the brown type (dunno how to
quantify that).

I presume you mean 'prepared
mustard' that comes in a jar.


Nope, i mean the kind you make yourself. Which is much better
tasting (usually) with about a ton less preservatives and salt.

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Kalle




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Old 12-11-2003, 11:43 PM
Mark Preston
 
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Default Mexican mustard?

The prepared mustards, sold by the food giants of the Americas,
(McCormick, inter alia), make mustards I believe to be similar in
taste to mustards sold north of the border.

I have never seen a Mexican "Country Style" mustard. Or any variation
that would suggest Mexican-ness in a mustard. Sorry.

Yet:

The following website:

http://www.mustardmuseum.com/

would be another place to ask.


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