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Yellow mustard seeds, whole / Sementes de mostarda amarelas, inteiras

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Latin: Sinapis alba Sem. dead.
Botanical: Sinapis alba L.

For making mustard, for marinades, sauerbraten, sauerkraut, and for seasoning strong sauces and meat dishes.
Mustard only gets its typical spicy taste when water or other liquids are added. The following applies: the darker the mustard seeds, the hotter the mustard.

Mustard seeds were already used to season dishes in the Middle Ages. It became native to Germany as early as the 10th century.

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🚚 Delivery

Delivery from March 13th, 2024 +/- 1-2 working days for Germany.

Delivery on the delivery date shown for neighboring EU countries in the delivery; usually + 1- 6 working days.

🧊 Storage:
Cool, dry and dark.
📦 Packaging:

Transport packaging:
Paper block bags. 2 ply for strength,
Fat and aroma protection.
2 layers: paper on the outside, cellophane on the inside.

💡 Tip

Mustard flour is easily made by finely grinding the seeds in a mortar or grinder.
Have you ever tried homemade fig mustard? A delicacy.

Fig mustard recipe:
6 dried figs
2 tbsp white balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
2 tbsp olive oil
50 g cane sugar
1 tbsp yellow mustard seeds, ground
1 teaspoon brown mustard seeds, ground
2 tbsp maple syrup

Soak the dried figs in water for about an hour, then puree them with about 4 tablespoons of the soaking water. Bring the vinegar, sugar and fig mixture to the boil and simmer on a very low heat for about 10 minutes, stirring constantly. Mix the mustard flour with the maple syrup and the oil well, then add it to the pot and heat slowly again.
Immediately pour the fig mustard into jars and close tightly.

ℹ️ General information

We confirm that the natural products we supply comply with the new European regulations for the approval, labeling and traceability of genetically modified food and feed according to VO EC No. 1829/2003 and EC No. 1830/2003 as well as Directive 2001/18/EC are not subject to labeling.

Spices and herbs are not medicines. In the case of acute illnesses, please discuss additional intake of herbs, especially if they interact with medications, with your doctor or alternative practitioner.

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