Standardized: white mustard
Other: yellow mustard
Brassica alba Rabenh.
Plant Family: Brassicaceae
Yellow mustard is a flowering plant in the same family as brown mustard, black mustard, cabbage, wasabi, watercress, horseradish, and arugula. An important spice in several cultures, mustard seed has been used to season culinary dishes for millennia. Yellow mustard seeds are one of the most popular and widely used varieties of mustard. They can be used for their spice and heat in recipes ranging from homemade mustard, hollandaise dressing, soups, sauces, marinades, pickling, and rubs.
Seed (whole or ground)
No known precautions.
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