Ground Mustard Seeds
Enticing homemade mustard sauce is within reach with our ground mustard seeds, made from whole, yellow mustard seeds. Mustard is one of the most diverse condiments on earth and can be sharp or mellow and blended with sweet, spicy or savory flavors. Concoct dips, marinades or seasoning with marvelous, multi-use ground mustard!
How to Make Your Own Mustard Sauce
Making mustard is no magic trick. In fact, it’s mind-blowingly simple! If you have ground mustard seeds on your hands, the toughest part is taken care of for you. At its most basic, mustard is merely ground mustard seeds plus liquid. However, within that easy combination lies a multitude of variables. Mustard can be hot, sharp or mild. It can be easily sweetened with honey, plain sugar or agave. The liquid used to make the mustard could be water, beer, vinegar or even sake. Some people even prefer to use partially cracked mustard seeds instead of ground.
Seem overwhelming? Don’t worry, just take a step back and start simple. To make a simple yellow mustard, start with ground mustard seeds and cold water. It’s important for the water to be cold unless you want a very mild mustard. The cold water ignites the reaction that gives mustard its signature tang! If you have a taste for tanginess, you can add a bit of vinegar in with the cold water. If you’re craving a simple, sweet mustard, such as the kind served with German hot pretzels, simply mix a teaspoon of sugar into the cold water before adding to the powdery mustard seed.
Blend, spread and enjoy!
Saves money over purchasing small tin of Coleman's mustard.MARSHA, WALDEN, NY
So far , only used it for salad dressing mixed with honey, oil, and cashew butter. I will be using it in other things.Diane, Gilbert, PA
Seems fine.Nancy, Myrtle Beach, SC
I just made my first batch of traditional prepared mustard and I'm still letting it age in the refrigerator. I love the idea of controlling salt content and other flavors. I'll report back after I have my first taste.Mark, Henderson, NV
Ground Mustard. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||91|
Store in a cool dry place for up to 1 year. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: United States