Yellow Mustard Seed 100g

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A pungent, spicy, and slightly bitter flavour. When ground and mixed with liquid, they release an intense, sharp aroma. Can be used as a condiment in a variety of dishes and gives a kick to mild ingredients such as potatoes and chicken.

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Yellow mustard seeds are widely used in cooking and have a pungent, tangy flavour that adds depth to various dishes. Here are a few recipes and uses for yellow mustard seeds:
  1. Mustard Paste: Grind yellow mustard seeds into a fine powder and mix it with water, vinegar, or other liquids to create a mustard paste. This paste can be used as a condiment for sandwiches, hot dogs, burgers, or as an ingredient in salad dressings and marinades.
  2. Pickling: Add yellow mustard seeds to pickling brines for a tangy flavour. They work well with vegetables like cucumbers, carrots, cauliflower, and onions. The mustard seeds add texture and zing to the pickles.
  3. Indian Curries and Gravies: Yellow mustard seeds are a common ingredient in Indian cuisine. They are often used in tempering or tadka, where whole mustard seeds are added to hot oil or ghee along with other spices to enhance the flavour of curries, lentils, and vegetable dishes.
  4. Spice Blends: Yellow mustard seeds are an essential ingredient in many spice blends, such as curry powder, garam masala, and pickling spice blends. They contribute to the overall flavour profile of these mixes.
  5. Roasted Vegetables: Sprinkle crushed or ground yellow mustard seeds over roasted vegetables like potatoes, cauliflower, or Brussels sprouts. The seeds add a pop of flavour and can help enhance the natural sweetness of the vegetables.
  6. Salad Dressings: Incorporate yellow mustard seeds into homemade salad dressings for an added kick. You can crush the seeds or use them whole to give your dressing a bit of texture and a tangy flavour.
  7. Meat and Seafood Marinades: Mix crushed yellow mustard seeds with other spices, herbs, and liquids like lemon juice or vinegar to create flavourful marinades for meat, poultry, or seafood. The mustard seeds help tenderise the meat and add a zesty taste.
  8. Breads and Pretzels: Sprinkle yellow mustard seeds on top of bread rolls or pretzels before baking for added crunch and flavour. They work particularly well with rye breads and soft pretzels.
Remember, yellow mustard seeds have a potent flavour, so it’s best to use them in moderation until you’re familiar with their intensity.

Ingredients: MUSTARD

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