Mustard Seeds Brown – 200g

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100g and 200g pack sizes. Brown mustard seeds (also called Black mustard seeds) are rich in health-giving minerals such as zinc, iron, and magnesium. It is used as a spice and to flavour mustard condiment. Bengalese of India enjoy prawns with coconut, chillies and mustard seeds. If you’re looking for a healthy side dish for a curry night, try including brown mustard seeds to your spice mix to the humble cabbage. Flavour the cream sauce of your deliciously made pork roast or steak with tangy homemade mustard derived from mustard seeds. For that special occasion and in many homes, even Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without salmon gravadlax with champagne mustard from homemade mustard.

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100g and 200g pack sizes. Brown mustard seeds (also called Black mustard seeds) are rich in health-giving minerals such as zinc, iron, and magnesium. It is used as a spice and to flavour mustard condiment. Bengalese of India enjoy prawns with coconut, chillies and mustard seeds. If you’re looking for a healthy side dish for a curry night, try including brown mustard seeds to your spice mix to the humble cabbage. Flavour the cream sauce of your deliciously made pork roast or steak with tangy homemade mustard derived from mustard seeds. For that special occasion and in many homes, even Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without salmon gravadlax with champagne mustard from homemade mustard.

Botanical Name: Brassica nigra
Origin: India, South Asia
Colour: Brown, dark brown to Black

Description
Brown mustard seeds (also called black mustard seeds) are native to North Africa and parts of Europe and Asia. The tiny round seeds were first used in temperate areas of Europe and slowly became popular in the regions of North Africa, Asia, and now the entire world is aware of its benefits. Brown mustard seeds are a rich source of dietary fibre, which is essential for colon and cardiovascular health. They are loaded with vitamins and minerals. Mustard seeds are a popular ingredient of Indian and American cuisine. If you’re looking for a healthy side dish for a curry night, try including black mustard seeds to your spice mix to the humble cabbage. Flavour the cream sauce of your deliciously made pork roast or steak with tangy homemade mustard derived from mustard seeds. Mustard seed have varied uses in foods and a wide global appeal as a choice spice ingredient.

Usage
Mustard seeds are a popular ingredient of Indian and American cuisine. They are loaded with vitamins and minerals. Brown mustard seeds (also called black mustard seeds) when cooked until fragrant and starting to pop can be used in mix of ginger, onion and garlic to toss your greens for that unique fresh delight. It is used as a spice and to flavour mustard condiment. To get a nutty taste or aroma in your diet fry brown/black mustard seeds. Enjoy your vegan-friendly Dosas (Indian pancakes) with spicy potato filling from a rich blend black mustard seeds and other spices. Black mustards could be added to chutney

Colour: Brown, dark brown to Black
Taste: Pungent bitter taste
Flavour: Nutty, peppery, bitter
Suitable for: Coeliacs, Vegetarians and Vegans
Storage: Cool, dry, away from direct heat or light.
Nutrition Information

Serving size: 1tsp (3.2g) – % Daily Values*
Total Fat – 0.95g1%
Saturated Fat – 0.048g0%
Trans Fat –
Polyunsaturated Fat – 0.178g
Monounsaturated Fat – 0.654g
Cholesterol – 0mg0%
Sodium – 0mg0%
Total Carbohydrate – 1.15g0%
Dietary Fiber – 0.5g2%
Sugars – 0.22g
Protein – 0.82g
Vitamin D –
Calcium – 17mg1%
Iron – 0.33mg2%
Potassium – 23mg0%
Vitamin A – 0mcg0%
Vitamin C – 0.1mg0%.
Calories: – 15

Calculations above are from Literature value using Nutrition Facts software.
* Percent (%) Daily Value (DV) shows the quantity of nutrient in a serving of food that contributes to a daily diet. Food nutrition advice is usually based on 2,000 calories a day.

Health benefits:
Brown or black mustard seeds are a rich source of dietary fibre, which is essential for colon and cardiovascular health. It is high in antioxidants and improves our body’s immune response. They are used for common cold, joint pain, arthritis, lung illnesses, and other conditions. Sinigrin in black mustard seeds is believed to have anticancer properties. Fibre derived from black mustard seeds not only helps to prevent constipation, it also helps to prevent high cholesterol which makes it effective for preventing heart disease and strokes.


Allergy Advice

Mustard.
Please note: where products are indicated as not having an allergen present this refers to the product not being formulated or wholly derived from the particular ingredient. Allergen handling policies and procedures are in place through the supply chain to reduce the likelihood of cross contamination from allergens however this cannot be guaranteed. Where specific guarantees are required, please contact Rockedge Ventures (UK) Ltd for further information.

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