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Mustard Seeds organic

Off to India. While yellow mustard seeds were very popular in ancient Greece, the black variety is mainly used in Indian cuisine. This is not surprising as they are much spicier than their yellow siblings. They taste great in fish and vegetable curries and are an important part of curry pastes and other spice blends. It is best to fry them in ghee or oil, to enhance their nutty flavour.

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Store in a cool and dry place.

vegan, vegetarian, without addition of salt

  • organic
  • packe by hand
  • eco packaging

The ingredients are from: Austria

Note: In order to ensure the availability in the event of crop failures and supply bottlenecks, the raw material can come from another farmer or country of origin.


  • calorific value: 2239 kJ
  • calorific value: 542 kcal
  • fat: 43.70 g
  •    - thereof sat. fatty acid: 4.20 g
  • carbohydrate: 5.30 g
  •    - thereof sugar: 5.00 g
  • protein: 21.60 g
  • salt: 0.01 g