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danbuter 03-26-2013 11:01 AM

ISO a source for good Asian mustard?
 
I'd like to buy some of the mustard you get in the various Chinese restaurants. The kind that waters my eyes and burns going down. Any recommended brands?

Steve Kroll 03-26-2013 11:11 AM

This one is excellent.

Beaver Chinese Hot Mustard - 4 oz. glass [123] - $1.25 : Beaverton Foods, the largest producer of non-refrigerated horseradish and specialty mustards in the United States.

http://beavertonfoods.com/images/chinese-mustard-g.jpg

On a side note, I'm actually judging at the Word-Wide Mustard Competition this year.

Hoot 03-26-2013 11:11 AM

It ain't asian but Coleman's is mighty good.

justplainbill 03-26-2013 01:03 PM

Try Penzeys-
Spices at Penzeys Spices Mustard Powder

CraigC 03-26-2013 01:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hoot (Post 1251769)
It ain't asian but Coleman's is mighty good.

Darn good stuff! We'll be using some to make mustard sauce for some stoney claws I got in Florida City today.:yum:

Snip 13 03-26-2013 01:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hoot (Post 1251769)
It ain't asian but Coleman's is mighty good.

+1

Colman's is the same as Chinese mustard. You can even just buy the powder and mix as you need it. Just allow the prepared mustard you make to stand for about 20 mins to develop the flavor.

CraigC 03-26-2013 01:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Snip 13 (Post 1251804)
+1

Colman's is the same as Chinese mustard. You can even just buy the powder and mix as you need it. Just allow the prepared mustard you make to stand for about 20 mins to develop the flavor.

That is how we buy it, ground and dry in the tin.:smile:

Snip 13 03-26-2013 01:31 PM

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Originally Posted by CraigC (Post 1251806)
That is how we buy it, ground and dry in the tin.:smile:

I also prefer using the powder, you get the exact level of heat you want when you mix it yourself :smile:
It's cheaper too!

We always had a tin of mustard powder in our pantry when I was growing up and I still have one today! Not the same tin :wink:

justplainbill 03-26-2013 01:34 PM

Colman's English mustard blend, double superfine is not bad but-
.... Is kinda pricey
.... Contains wheat flour

Snip 13 03-26-2013 01:42 PM

The powder works out cheaper than the jar once mixed. Here by us anyway, not sure how it compares in the US.


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