These tiny little seeds come in a range of colours from very dark brown to yellow depending on the climate where they were grown. They taste like yellow mustard seeds but slightly more intense and aromatic.
Their taste reminds me of a green pea but earthier and with a pronounced but very pleasant warmth. They have a similar aroma.
I use them to make mustard pastes, spice blends and Indian curries and soups.
I have some serving suggestions for you and recipes using this spice in the links below.
This particular cooking ingredient is in PK’s Essential Pantry Cupboard Contents.
Dietary Info: Is an allergen for some people.
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