A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Types of Mustard

14 Ways to use Summer Corn
14 Ways to use Summer Corn

3. Honey mustard Honey mustard is just that; honey and mustard blended together. This sweeter variety lacks the hot notes that you find in mustard, but still has a little sharpness. It is often used as a sandwich …

Classic Yellow Mustard
Classic Yellow Mustard

French's Classic Yellow mustard is made with stone ground, #1 Grade Mustard Seeds and has no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. No corners cut, no weird stuff, just the bright yellow that brings food to life with zero fat, calories or gluten. Crafted by our master grinders, our Classic Yellow mustard delivers the smooth texture and tangy taste your family will love.

source: frenchs.com
image: jrkosher.com
Dijon Mustard
Dijon Mustard

Dijon mustard is a classic type of prepared mustard that originates in the French city of Dijon, usually featuring white wine and unripe grape juice. Dijon mustard is a classic type of prepared mustard that originates in the French city of Dijon, usually featuring white wine and unripe grape juice.

From Left to Right: English, German, Chinese
From Left to Right: English, German, Chinese

Mustard: You know it, you love it, you want some more of it. I know. I feel the same way. But if you’re stuck on the yellow stuff, it’s time to change things up. There are a lot of mustards out there, and hopefully this guide can help you figure out which mustards you should be adding to your ...

Habanero Mustard
Habanero Mustard

I know habanero’s can be pretty intense, and peppers can vary in heat, so my advice would be to add about half the peppers, puree a bit, and taste the mustard. Then you can add more if you want more heat.

Honey Dijon
Honey Dijon

Directions. In a small bowl, stir water and mustard powder together until smooth. In a heavy-bottomed saucepan, combine wine, vinegar and all remaining ingredients (EXCEPT HONEY).

image: ebay.co.uk
Honey Mustard
Honey Mustard

Honey mustard is a combination of mustard, usually a mild variety, and honey or artificial honey flavoring. Though some types are made from hot mustard and some vary in tang, sharpness, and spiciness, the addition of honey or honey flavoring naturally gives the mustard a sweeter flavor than the mustard base alone would have.

source: wisegeek.org
Pinot Noir Mustard
Pinot Noir Mustard

Pinot Noir mustard Other Wine Mustards (White Burgundy, Pinot Noir, Champagne) Similar to Dijon mustard, these use specific types of wine to give the mustard a specific flavor that is unique from standard Dijon (which usually lists the nondescript “white wine” as one of its ingredients).

Powdered Mustard
Powdered Mustard

However, if the amount of prepared mustard called for in the recipe is 1/4 cup or more, it's contributing to the volume, so you may need to increase one of the other ingredients of a similar consistency to make up the difference.

source: myrecipes.com
image: alamy.com
Spicy Brown Mustard
Spicy Brown Mustard

Brown Mustard. Brown mustard has a higher concentration of brown mustard seeds. This gives it its darker brown color and spicier taste. It is frequently used in Indian, Chinese and Japanese cuisines. Brown mustard has an extremely pungent flavor and is usually enjoyed by people who like hot, spicy food.

source: leaf.tv
image: target.com
Whole Grain Mustard
Whole Grain Mustard

Yellow mustard is usually very mild, and vinegar plays a very strong role in the flavor. Whole grain mustard is usually stronger than yellow, and the vinegar flavor is much less pronounced, if not altogether absent.

Whole Grain Stout Beer
Whole Grain Stout Beer

Stir vinegar and beer into the mustard seeds until just combined. 3. Cover the mixture with plastic wrap and set in a cool, dry place for 12 hours …

Yellow Mustard
Yellow Mustard

Mustard has long been used as a favorite condiment by people who want to add extra flavor to their hot dogs, meats and other foods; yellow mustard is just one type of condiment to use. Mustard comes from the seeds of a mustard plant, and it is made by combining them with vinegar, water, spices and flavorings.

source: fitday.com