Brown mustard seed gives a sharp heat that's used in dishes throughout the world. It will star in pickles, brines, sauces, and rubs, and if you haven't, you should definitely try making your own condiments! They can also be lightly toasted in a dry skillet to add a nutty, crunchy garnish. Try it out!
Native to Southeastern Europe and Western Asia. Grown in the United States, Canada, China, and India.
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