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Florida style mustard sauce

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 

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!

post #2 of 10

I've never been to those places but this one is pretty darn good! :32:http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/51920/soflaquers-carolina-mustard-sauce

post #3 of 10

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

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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.

post #5 of 10

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

post #6 of 10
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.
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 

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.

post #8 of 10
Thread Starter 

That's not the mustard sauce I'm still looking for, Ned, but - man! - is that one good!  Thanks for sharing it!

post #9 of 10

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.

Bonz

post #10 of 10

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.

 

-Tom

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