Black mustard seeds actually belong in the same family as wasabi and horseradish. The most pungent and spicy of mustard seeds, compared to its yellow and brown cousins, black mustard seeds are also the hardest to find, as these cannot be harvested by machines. Black mustard seeds are often tempered in hot oil in Indian cooking to bring out their flavor, before using in curries, lentil soups, roasted vegetables. We love including these in our spice blends as well.
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