Buy Mustard Seeds (Yellow)
The all popular Yellow Mustard in it's pure seed form. Gently fry to release the flavour and aroma within, or powder and use like with any dry spice. Works great when paired with rice and potato focussed dishes, and is popular worldwide. We especially like using it in vegetable cutlets, and potato salads.
Mustard Seeds (Yellow) Cooking Notes:
Cuisine Indian, European, American
Food Pairings Sauces, stir fries, curries, dals, lentils, cutlets, spice blends, chicken, beef, baklava, salmon, potato, salad
Serving size 0.5 grams (if powdering) to 5 grams (if using whole)
Flavour: Mild pungency, horseradish
Usage: Use spice directly, no need to grind. If grinding, use an electric spice grinder. Optional: Pound seeds for 10-20 seconds in a pestle and mortar to release more flavour.
Mustard Seeds (Yellow) Technical Notes:
Origin: Central India
Quality*: Grade A, Bold
Also known as: Sinapis alba, SADA SORSE, WHITE MUSTARD SEED, MOUSTARDA, SAPHED RAI, સફેદ રાઇ, SESAWI PUTIH, BIJI SESAWI PUTIH, SARSO, MOUTARDE BLANCHE, पीले सरसों, 白芥菜, 白芥子, 芥菜籽, 芥末籽(黃色)
Appearance Small yellow round seeds
Industry Knowledge Yellow Mustard is a native to Central India, one of it's largest consumers. It is grown as a rabbi crop throughout India, and raised during the monsoon season where it outperforms it's European counterparts in terms of flavour. Yellow mustard is harder to procure than Black mustard, as it has lower yields, thus making it more expensive. However, due to it's milder pungency, it's also preferred to Black Mustard in regional cuisines. Mustard seeds are often used as basenotes in food, by gently popping them in oil beforehand to release their essential oils and unique flavour.
Mustard Seeds also have a rich history - the earliest reference being a mention in the 5th century BC Buddhist Legend, where it was used to explain that one cannot be selfish in grief, the example being that it's impossible to gather mustard seeds from a family that has never lost a child. Regency Yellow Mustard is sourced from it's prestigious historic origin in India, where it's flavours have evolved to their prime.
*INDUSTRY SPECIFIC TERMINOLOGY.
Please note that our ingredients are 100% natural and processed using traditional methods. As a result there may be some visible imperfections. Our spices will have variations in size and colour due to factors such as the amount of sunlight they received when growing, or the amount of rainfall in a particular season. These differences in appearance are entirely normal, and are the result of not treating them with any chemicals, reducing unnecessary hand selection, and minimizing waste.
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Mustard Seeds (Yellow)
Mustard Seeds (Yellow)