Yellow Mustard Seed
A high quality and pungent cousin to the seed used to make American "hot dog mustard," this spice has almost infinite applications. Cracked or ground, it can be whipped into salad dressings, dips, spreads, and gives a dry fleeting heat to soups and stews. It can even be rubbed on meat or poultry. Yellow mustard seed also makes a superb addition to home made barbeque sauces. How versatile!
Weight & Volume Equivalence
We sell our spices in these sizes for easy jar refilling at home.
On average, a small pouch is roughly a half a cup by volume.
On average, a medium pouch is roughly one cup by volume.