This is made with powdered mustard seeds, and can easily be found in Korean grocery stores.
Posted Sunday, June 1st, 2008 at 1:51 pm
Tagged: 겨자가루, gyeoja-garu, gyujagaru, Korean cooking ingredient, korean food, korean ingredients, Korean mustard powder, Korean spices, mustard green powder
Maangchi, is this the same kind of mustard power that can make chinese hot mustard.. or is this milder? Cause I’ve been looking for a good mustard power to make a strong chinese hot mustard that give it that great kick!
I’m hoping I can make my own honey mustard as dipping sauce for KFC, chicken strip and so forth.
Is the the type of mustard powder to use? If you have the recipe, can you kindly share with me.
My all time favorite honey mustard recipe is:
12 ounces mayonnaise
2 ounces sugar
2 ounces honey
1 ounces mustard
1 ounces Grey Poupon Dijon mustard
1 ounces white vinegar
1 ounces vegetable oil
1 1/2 tablespoons poppy seeds
That’s great, thanks! If you have any good recipes you can share them with my other readers in the forum:
Is It powdered mustard seeds?
yes, it is! : )
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