Mustard seed flour
Mustard seed flour is also well known in Anglo-Saxon markets as mustard powder.
It is produced by pressing the oil from the mustard seed and then milling the press residue. It is a rich source of protein and boasts a diverse amino-acid content.
Mustard seed flour is rich in minerals and fibres.
It is ideal for flavouring salad dressings, curing meats and also for preparing home made mustard.
You can use it for breading meats as well, imparting a unique, pleasant tast to the entire meal.
If you are making home-made noodles, consider also adding some mustard seed flour to the dough.
Mustard seed flour is great for use in marinades, making it a better alternative to regular mustard, whose high acidity tends to harden meat.