You won't go back to store-bought mustard after you try this DIY version.
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Hal's Wine Mustard
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Fresh, homemade condiments are so easy to make, not to mention much better tasting than store-bought. Homemade condiments, like mustard, will have a shorter shelf life than their store-bought counterparts, but that's actually a good thing— it means they're fresh. Trust us, you'll be able to taste the difference.

Get ready for grilling season by making your own homemade mustard with ingredients you likely have lying around the kitchen. Skip the preservatives and excess sugar, and opt for this easy, homemade mustard recipe created by an Allrecipes user. Keep reading to learn step-by-step how to make mustard from scratch.

How to Make Homemade Mustard Step-by-Step

Learn how to make homemade mustard based on this recipe by jeaniehal for Hal's Wine Mustard. The best part is, you likely already have many of the ingredients on hand.


  • ¾ cup white sugar
  • ¾ cup ground dry mustard
  • ½ cup distilled white vinegar
  • ½ cup white wine
  • 3 eggs, beaten



  1. In the top of a double boiler, whisk together sugar, mustard, vinegar, wine and eggs. You may also place the mixture in a heatproof bowl over a small saucepan if you don't have a double boiler.
  2. Cook over simmering water, whisking constantly, for 8 minutes, or until thick.

How to Store Homemade Mustard

Once you've made your mustard, allow it to cool to room temperature and transfer to an airtight container (like this Sure Seal Glass Mason Jar). Store it in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.