Rani Black Mustard Seeds Whole Spice (Kali Rai) 42oz (2.7lbs) 1.22kg PET Jar ~ All Natural | Gluten Friendly | NON-GMO | Vegan | Indian Origin
Packaging: Plastic Jar
Net Wt. 42oz (2.7lbs) 1.22kg
Product of India
- You'll LOVE our Mustard Seed by Rani Brand--Here's Why:
- ❤️100% Natural, Non-GMO, No Preservatives, Vegan, Gluten Friendly, PREMIUM Gourmet Food Grade Spice.
- ❤️Packed in a no barrier Plastic Jar, let us tell you how important that is when using this, potent of all Indian Spices!
- ❤️Rani is a USA based company selling spices for over 40 years, buy with confidence!
- ❤️Net Wt. 42oz (2.7lbs) 1.22kg, Authentic Indian Product, Product of India, Alternative Name (Indian) Kali Rai
You'll LOVE our Black Mustard Seeds by Rani Brand--Here's Why
Alternate Names: Rai, Sarson, Sairson
Although very similar in appearance, Indian brown mustard has a different flavor than its Mediterranean counterpart from which it originated. It was one the few affordable spices in Europe during the Middle Ages. In Indian cuisine, mustard seeds are toasted in oil before they are added to the dish. Powdered mustard acts as an emulsifier in the preparation of condiment, and salad dressings. Mustard has a strong pungent flavor, and unlike any other spice it has virtually no aroma.
Mustard seeds belong to the mustard plant. Mustard plant is a part of cruciferous plant family. This same family of plant includes cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli and even cauliflower.
Rani Black Mustard Seeds are available in Poly Bag, PET Jar, and Bulk Box.
- 100% Natural
- Gluten Friendly
- Non-ETO (Not irradiated)
- No Preservatives
- Pure! NO Salt, NO MSG, NO FILLERS in any Rani Brand Spices (fillers are commonly used in spices to make them free flowing or lessen the costs of production) usually sodium or like product.
Culinary Uses of Black Mustard Seeds:
- The seeds release their full intensity when fried in hot oil until they pop.
- Makes a great combination with cumin, coriander, curry leaf and fennel seeds for tempering.
- The seeds can be dry roasted till they split open, and then added whole or powdered to pickles
- Whole mustard seeds can be used in pickling or in boiling vegetables such as cabbage or sauerkraut.
- Used as an ingredient in mayonnaise, vinaigrette, marinades and barbecue sauce.
- Used to prepare salad dressings when combined with vinegar and olive oil.