Mustard is a type of spice that is used mainly in making sandwiches and salads. The main ingredients in mustard are the seeds of the mustard plant. When making the seeds, grind to a powder and add vinegar, salt, water and oil. The color of the mustard is from yellow to brown.
Mustard production has been known since ancient times, 3000 years BC. was used in Indian cuisine, but was not very popular in ancient Rome and ancient Greece. The first recipe dates back to 42 BC. In the ninth century, the production of mustard became one of the main incomes of French monasteries.
Mustard with almond paste
The wide variety of Natural Technologies mustards has been crowned with almond flavour – the absolute master in the kitchen. Almond paste not only enhances the taste of mustard seeds but renders new fragrance with a characteristic hue suitable for any part of the daily menu.
Water, vinegar, mustard seeds, honey, almond paste, salt, sugar, coriander, turmeric, spices.
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy: 956 kJ / 228.2 kcal
Fat: 14.2 g
of which saturated: 1.0 g
Carbohydrates: 18.3 g
of which sugars: 12.4 g
Protein: 6.8 g
Salt: 2.4 g
For direct consumption and culinary use.
Almond paste mustard makes a great choice for salads, red meats and some classic creamy desserts, homemade candies or cookies. It goes without saying it can also be enjoyed straight from the jar.
Packing: 160 g in glass jar