The yellow seeds of the white form of mustard are less pungent than other forms. They are used mostly in preparing American mustards and in mild sauces and fish dishes.
Yellow Mustard Seeds – The yellow seeds of the white form of mustard are less pungent than other forms. They are used mostly in preparing American mustards and in mild sauces and fish dishes.
These mustard seeds are ideal for pickling vegetables and other types of food or for canning. They help to provide a hot, sharp and slightly sour flavor. These seeds can be ground to make homemade mustard and they make an excellent spice base for developing custom flavors or added to a spicy dry rub.
Make sure to store in a cool, dry, dark location and in an air-tight storage container for best freshness.
- Mustard is the second most-used spice in the United States, as its usage is only exceeded by the peppercorn.
- Yellow mustard seed is harvested from white mustard, a plant closely related to broccoli.
Yellow Mustard Seeds – yellow seeds of the white form.
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