Yellow Mustard Seeds
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Traditionally used to make English mustards and pickles, not as hot as the brown or black varieties. Interestingly the yellow mustard we know and love for hot dogs and sandwiches in North America is white when ground, it is turmeric that gives it its ubiquitous mustard-yellow hue. Whole mustard is underused, but great in marinades and dressings. Grown right here in Canada.
Mustard seeds give a satisfying pop when toasted, along with a nutty roasted flavour. Cracking seeds and/or soaking them in water alternatively helps to release maximum flavour and heat.
Glass Jar: 180 ml, contains 3/4 cup.
Ingredients: Yellow mustard seeds
Storage: Store in a cool, dry and dark place away from heat.
Allergen: Contains mustard. May contain sesame seeds and/or other common allergens.