White Mustard

Sinapis alba

Origin: The Mediterranean

Flavour: Peppery and slightly bitter.

Uses: Marinade, pickling spice, condiment, chicken, beef, vegetables, brine.

Dishes: Pickled mustard seeds, mustard, mustard curry sauce, kasundi (Bengali mustard), roasted vegetables with mustard, chicken with creamy honey mustard sauce, white mustard vinaigrette, chicken yassa– https://cheflolaskitchen.com/chicken-yassa-poulet-au-yassa/ , Swedish mustard, creamy potato salad with mustard, carbonnade flamande (Belgian inspired beef stew), Danish remoulade, gravlax with sweet mustard sauce, suaasat (traditional soup from Greenland), senfeier (German inspired eggs in mustard sauce)– https://www.kitchenstories.com/en/recipes/senfeier-german-eggs-in-mustard-sauce , pork vindaloo, golbheda ko achar (Nepali tomato pickle).

Compliments: Rosemary, dill, tarragon, chives, parsley, thyme, cilantro, basil, black pepper, curry leaves, sage, oregano, white pepper, clove, nutmeg, cinnamon, cardamom, paprika, chilli pepper, cumin.

Substitutes for White Mustard: Horseradish, caraway seed, wasabi, turmeric, black mustard seed.

Create a variety of recipes with White Mustard Seeds. This white Mustard Seed (small format), gluten–free is great to use in sauces, vinaigrette and soups. Try this gluten–free, large format Mustard Seeds (white) for recipes like brines, marinades, savoury oatmeal and baked goods.