Florida style mustard sauce

Discussion in 'Sauces, Rubs & Marinades' started by bughillbilly, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. Can anyone direct me to a mustard sauce recipe that'll give me something along the lines of Jenkins' in Jacksonville or Bubbalou's in Winter Park?  Thanks!
  2. nedtorious

    nedtorious Smoke Blower

  3. bonzbbq

    bonzbbq Smoke Blower

    Hey bug, I too have been looking for the same recipe, an old north florida south ga style mustard sauce, I have looked everywhere with no luck, I have been very successful at making my own sauces and have been working on this one for a while now, I will be glad to share when I am done, keep in touch, Bonz
  4. I will, bonz- don't forget me!  Going to try Ned's suggestion in the meantime.  The red wine has me curious. 

    I had a recipe that was pretty close to the Florida one, but I had it on my laptop and it died.  I found it on line and have been unable to find it since.... bug.
  5. bonzbbq

    bonzbbq Smoke Blower

    bug, I think you will like the one ned suggest, it is very good, if you come across the one you had before make sure you share with us, I will get back to you on my recipe. bonz
  6. dirtsailor2003

    dirtsailor2003 Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    I just made the one mentioned above. One of the better mustard sauces I've tried. I did change it a bit. Used raw sugar (that's what we have). I used Cholula instead of Tabasco. I also double the amount of the hot sauce. The red wine vinegar does add a good flavor. I may try it with rice wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar next time just to compare.
  7. I might give it a shot this weekend.  I'm a Louisiana Hot Sauce man, myself.  Or Sriracha.  I'm real curious about the red wine vinegar.  Wouldn't have thought of it.
  8. That's not the mustard sauce I'm still looking for, Ned, but - man! - is that one good!  Thanks for sharing it!
  9. bonzbbq

    bonzbbq Smoke Blower

    Hey bug, try this one, its sweeter than jenkins but everyone so far likes it better, myself included.

    2 cps mustard

    1 cp apple cider vinegar

    1 cp br sugar

    1/2 cp ketchup

    1/4 to 1/2 cp honey

    1 tbs texas pete

    1 tbs worchestershire sauce

    1 tsp bl pepper

    1 tsp garlic powder

    1 tsp onion powder

    1/2 tsp salt

    just simmer untill blended, of course cut back on the sugar if it is too sweet, if you want it thinner I just add a little apple juice, or more vinegar if you want, hope this gets you close to what you want.

  10. tomarsyd

    tomarsyd Newbie

    Digging up an old thread...  I'm another NE Florida guy here looking for recipes for a Mustard sauce similar to what we find around here.

    I've had Jenkins quite some time ago and remember it to be good.  But the sauce(s) I most admire locally are Bono's Regular and Hot mustard bbq sauce.

    Also, MOJO's sauce is very good.  It's a little more watery than I would normally like but the flavor is amazing.  (And I would PAY to know Mojo's rub recipe they use on their ribs!)

    I'm going to try SoFlaQuer's recipe, but I'm a little leary of the Vinegar content.  I've made one other North Carolina mustard sauce before that was highly rated and it was just WAY to vinegar'y for my liking.


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