Spinach Salad with Hot Bacon Dressing
Around the year 530 B.C., Pythagorus advocated mustard powder as an antidote for scorpion bites. Today ground mustard lends recipes a piquant zing with its uniquely sharp heat shared only with horseradish and wasabi. Mustard powder can be combined with vinegar, salt, and a pinch of sugar to create a condiment of prepared mustard. The ground seeds make an excellent emulsifier for salad dressing and gravies as well. Mustard's spicy nose-clearing kick cuts deliciously through the richness of oily dressing and fatty gravies. Ingredients: Mustard seeds.
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Perfect for all my stir fry dishes!
I use this powder along with smoked paprika in a cheddar and scallion scone I make. Would like it to be a bit more spicy, but this is a very nice quality mustard powder.
Caked in the jar; wouldn’t shake out
Not too mild, not too strong. Great for a variety of recipes. Just what I was looking for.
This is the only mustard I use in my Caesar Salad dressing, which I make frequently.