The Basics: Stone Ground Mustard

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The Technique 

Stone Ground Mustard 

Stone ground mustard is a condiment that features brown mustard seeds. The flavor may be best described as spicy, stout & tangy. The most basic folumals include salt & vinegar while the liquid can be as simple as water or range from fruit juice to whiskey with a coarse yet spreadable texture. Stone ground mustard adds good taste to many recipes ranging from salad dressings & sandwiches to main dish entrees & appetizers. It usually may be interchanged with Dijon & Creole mustard for equally tasty results. Aside from stone ground, it may be labeled a number of ways from country-style to coarse-grain.

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How To Use Stone Ground Mustard In Vinaigrettes

Mustard, in general, is an ideal emulsifying agent in vinaigrettes. It acts to bind oil & liquids well. Without a bit of mustard, the fusion is likely to separate.

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When viscous items are featured in vinaigrettes such as honey & molasses, the oil & the liquids will bind even better. A tablespoon or two of stone ground mustard may be used to balance flavors. However, when these ingredients are not included, a teaspoon or two should do the trick as well as keep the taste from being too harsh. Always sample formulas as you are preparing them to make certain your are pleased with the final recipe.

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