Black Mustard Seeds are less mild and more pungent than the yellow variety. They have a savoury, tangy, and pungent spicy taste. Black seeds are used particularly in Indian, African and German cuisine due to their heat flavour and appearance. They are a key ingredient in the Indian blend Panch Phora.
The spice people carry these mustard products; mustard seeds black, mustard seeds yellow and mustard powder.
Black Mustard Seeds have a mild and slightly sweet flavour and pungent aroma. The seeds can be used whole after blooming in a warm pan or ground in a mortar and pestle to rub on meats or toss through veggies before roasting. It releases an earthy aroma when cooked and a savoury and tangy taste.
Mustard is a good source of omega 3, minerals and have many health benefits. It contains iron, calcium, zinc, and magnesium.
100% dried Black Mustard Seeds
How to use:
Combine with lemon juice, tarragon and vinegar for a salad vinaigrette
They combine well with bay, chilli, coriander, cumin, dill, fenugreek, nigella, parsley, tarragon, turmeric, garlic, pepper and paprika
Use in Indian curries, spiced rice & stir-fry dishes
Use in chutneys and meats like chicken, lamb, pork, turkey, beef and ham
Bloom in a warm pan before using to release their volatile oils
Their pungent flavour means only 1/2-1tsp at a time adds a deep mustard flavour
Grown and packed in Australia
note on occasion the product may be sourced from other countries such as Canada or India.
Other names or spelling:
Brown mustard seeds, black mustard seeds, Yellow Mustard, Brassica alba, Rai, Lal sarsu, White mustard, Brassica hirta, brown mustard, Brassica juncea, black mustard, Brassica nigra, black mustard seeds.
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