Roadhouse Ale Mustard

Yield: 1 – 1 ½ Cups

1/2 Cup Mustard Powder

2 Teaspoons Turmeric

1/2 Teaspoon Alderwood Smoked Sea Salt

3 Tablespoons Organic Cane Sugar

1 1/2Tablespoons Texas Roadhouse Seasoning

1/2 Cup Amber Ale

2 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar

Why settle for ordinary grocery store mustard when you can make one that tastes this great. We use it with the usuals – brats, burgers, hot dogs – but we also employ it as a key ingredient in many of our favorite dishes like baked beans, barbecue sauce, and sloppy joes. When we make this mustard in our kitchen, we double or triple the recipe to ensure that we always have plenty on hand. And sometimes we use our Harissa Blend instead of the Roadhouse. This gives the mustard a spicy kick without the barbecue undertones you get with the Roadhouse.


Combine ground mustard, turmeric, salt, sugar, and seasoning in a large, non-reactive sauce pan. Whisk together to ensure ingredients are well blended.


Slowly add ale and vinegar to dry mixture. Cook, stirring constantly, over medium heat until mixture has thickened.


This mustard will stay fresh for several weeks in the refrigerator.

MorningStar Kitchen Seasonings Featured in this Recipe
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Alderwood Smoked
Sea Salt
Slowly smoked over
Alaskan Alderwood, this
finishing salt adds an exquisite, smoky touch to grilled meats, vegetables, potatoes, salad - and even desserts. Simply sprinkle a little on top before serving.
Alderwood Smoked Sea Salt from MorningStar Kitchen
Central Texas is famous
for its roadhouses, where
the specialty is hearty meats, seasoned with spice rubs and smoked for hours. The flavors are savory and sweet at the same time. And always distinctly Texan! Our Roadhouse blend is a tribute to that tradition. It's great on ribs and briskets. Potatoes and corn, too!
Texas Roadhouse Seasoning from MorningStar Kitchen