Brown Mustard Seed (ounce)
Also known as Brassica nigra, black mustard, Chinese mustard, and Indian mustard. The earliest recording of mustard usage is in an Indian story of Buddha from 500 BC and the French have used mustard seeds as a spice since 800 AD. Brown mustard seeds work especially well in Indian curry dishes when partnered with asafoetida, coriander, cumin, curry leaf and fennel. You'll also find that they work well when combined with bay, chili powder, dill, fenugreek, garlic, honey, nigella, parsley, pepper, tarragon and turmeric. In addition to Indian curries use with grilled beef, cabbage, robust cheeses, chicken, fish, seafood and sausages.