Mustard seed whole
Like an inconspicuous party guest who only needs the right song to make the dance floor really shake, the mustard seed's full force of flavor and spiciness only unfolds with a bite or by being pounded in a mortar. But once he gets going, then it's off.
Everyone knows mustard in a jar, but what exactly do you do with our organic mustard seeds? You can use them perfectly for seasoning marinades, pickling, cooking and frying. They also make a great addition to soups and stews. A little tip: If you crush the whole mustard seeds and add them to a salad dressing with vinegar and oil, they will develop their full aroma.
Mustard seeds are old hands on the spice market. They have been used for seasoning for thousands of years. Romans and Greeks already knew their use and also in the Bible they have one or the other appearance. Incidentally, their pungency has a very practical advantage for the mustard plant: it is supposed to protect the mustard from predators in particular. Clever, isn't it?
- Mustard seeds**
- Cork lid box
- Filling Weight
- Recommended for
- Fish dishes
- ** Aus kontrolliert biologischem Anbau
* May contain traces of cereals containing gluten and celery. For further Informations according to LMIV, etc. Please contact us under firstname.lastname@example.org