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Hoosier Hill Farm Mustard Powder, 1 lb.

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Mustard (Brassica Nigra) has long been used in culinary creations. Mustard derives from the Latin Mustum Ardens which means "Burning Must". This is due to the pungent smell Mustard Seeds give when pounded. In the Middle Ages Mustard Seeds were ground and added to wine to make an early version of table Mustard. All Mustards are derived from three members of the cabbage family, Nigra produces Black Mustard, Juncea produces the Brown, and Alba produces the White. The black and brown have the strongest flavors of the three types. Mustard Flour is made from ground yellow Mustard Seeds that come from White Mustard.

1 lb Mustard Powder in Plastic Jar sealed for freshness!

- Blend with water and add to recipes or blend with other seasonings such as crushed chiles or cracked pepper to enhance the flavor.

- Blend with cool flavoring herbs such as mint, basil or tarragon.

- Use in barbeque and other meat rubs and sauces.

- Ground Mustard Flour also acts as a preservative and is used in pickling and chutney recipes.

Contains yellow mustard seed.

Shelf Life: 10-12 Months

Curried Garbanzo Beans with Stewed Vegetables
Makes 6 servings

1 Can (28 Ounces) Tomatoes
1 1/2 Cups Water
1 1/2 Tablespoons Ginger Powder
3 Tablespoons Peanut Oil, divided
1 Cup White Mushrooms, chopped
1 1/2 Cups Onion, chopped
1 1/2 Cups Carrots, finely diced
1 Cup Broccoli Florets
2 Teaspoons Yellow Mustard Seed
2 Teaspoons Ground Cumin
2 Teaspoons Ground Coriander
2 Teaspoons Ground Fenugreek Seed
1/2 Teaspoon Ground Turmeric
1 Teaspoon Hoosier Hill Farm Mustard Powder
1 Fresh Japones Chile, seeded and minced
1 Can (13 Ounces) Coconut Milk
1 Cup Garbanzo Beans, cooked
3 Cups Thai Jasmine Rice, cooked

Place tomatoes, water and ginger in large saucepan and bring to a simmer. Meanwhile, heat 2 tablespoons peanut oil in skillet, add mushrooms, onions, carrots and broccoli and sauté until softened. Toast mustard seeds in separate small frying pan over moderate heat. When seeds begin to pop, cover with lid and wait for popping to finish. Set aside to cool. Add remaining 1 tablespoon peanut oil to small skillet with mustard seeds, and place over moderate heat. Add remaining spices and chile and fry briefly, 2 to 3 minutes, until fragrant. Add coconut milk, garbanzo beans and sautéed vegetables to tomato and ginger mixture, and mix well. Add fried spice mixture, mix well and cook briefly to incorporate flavors. Serve over rice.
yellow mustard seed.

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  • Author: Verified Customer
    I don't know much about mustard powder, but it's got some kick to it and seems to do the job. I've only used it for a BBQ rub.
  • Author: Verified Customer
    Very good and reasonably priced/
  • Author: Verified Customer
    Great mustard powder and a terrific price! What a joy to have this as a "secret" ingredient.
  • Author: Verified Customer
    Freshly packaged.
  • Author: Verified Customer
    Excellent quality powder. No clumps and smells freshly ground!
  • Author: Verified Customer
    My husband uses this in his bath, in addition to a few other things, as part of a detox regimen. I'm not sure if it's doing anything or not, but he likes it and plans to keep using it. I guess it's making him feel better!
  • Author: Verified Customer
    Tasted great and the price was perfect. Thank you!!!
  • Author: Verified Customer
    good stuff
  • Author: Verified Customer
    great product we use to make our own bbq sause tastes great
  • Author: Verified Customer
    love it