Fire on the Mountain Mustard

Fitzgerald’s Family Farm posted a “Mountain Mustard” recipe that we decided to try since we had a nice supply of hot peppers. The peppers were a combination of Hungarian Wax, Inferno and New Mexican Chili.  These great looking peppers were grown by a down-state gardener who visits us and gets garlic from us.

Ingredients at Set Up

The result was six (6) quarts and 12 ounces of home-made “Fire on the Mountain Mustard”.  We used a fewer number of peppers but doubled the batch ingredients, because we had all hot peppers and no sweet banana peppers. The flavor turned out to be mildly hot, but not overly hot. Just the right spicy flavor. Thank you Sharon for the great recipe.


Hungarian, Inferno and New Mexican Chili Peppers


Fire on the Mountain Mustard


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3 Responses to Fire on the Mountain Mustard

  1. Sharon says:

    Your welcome. I LOVE your name twist!

    • wooleylot says:

      There’s a dragon with matches that’s loose on the town
      Takes a whole pail of water just to cool him down.

      Fire! fire on the mountain!

      Almost ablaze still you don’t feel the heat
      It takes all you got just to stay on the beat.

      Grateful Dead – Fire On The Mountain lyrics

  2. Jane Metzger says:

    Sounds wonderful. I need to make some too. We have some firey hot red peppers (round) that will be tempered by the sweet banana peppers. That is … if the sun would shine!

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