Black mustard seeds
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It is believed that there are over 40 different mustard varieties but the varieties most familiar to people in the western world are categorized simply as black, brown, and white mustard.
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One of the things that people find intimidating about cooking Indian food is the vast array of spices used — both whole and ground, which are often combined into complex spice mixes. However, having taught classes on Indian food, I find that as soon as people are able to identify and understand the spices we use, then suddenly they find this cuisine is not as hard to make after all. Here are the 11 spices I reach for most often when cooking Indian food and how I use them!
Tiny little mustard seeds are used in cuisines all around the world, flavoring curries, soups and pickles. This easy-to-find spice comes in two forms, whole seeds or ground, and forms the basis for countless varieties of the condiment we know as prepared mustard. Here’s a guide to the various forms and how to use them! Mustard seeds come from various mustard plants. The plants produce beautiful yellow flowers which then turn to pods that contain the seeds.
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Magick herbs used in traditional and folkloric African-American, Asian, and Latin American occult rituals and magic spells.
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A pin up, printable must have Indian spices list with pictures their Hindi name and tips on how to use them in cooking Indian food.
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There are different types of mustard seeds that can be easily confused with the look alike sesame seeds, or poppy seeds. Click to learn more about each one of them and how to use it for cooking?
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Pop into a bite of these Pickled Mustard Seeds anytime you want a burst of flavor for your grilled meats and veggies. These vibrant seeds are a perfect way to elevate your seasoning with very little effort.
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Asafoetida occupies a treasured spot in the Indian pantry, but has never been farmed there until now.
Back at it again with a new edition! This week’s spice of choice: Mustard Seeds otherwise known as rai. I am going to jump right on into this topic. In…
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