This article provides an overview of dry mustard, what it tastes like, its availability, alternative names, and of course what other ingredients make dry mustard substitutes.
What is Dry Mustard?
Dry mustard is made from ground mustard seeds and is a common ingredient used in savory dishes, salad dressings, marinades, and spice rubs.
What does Dry Mustard taste like?
Dry mustard has a more intense flavor than regular mustard and can add a nice kick to recipes. It also has a hint of acidity that partners great with meat dishes.
Is Dry Mustard readily available in Supermarkets?
Dry mustard should be readily available in supermarkets, it is usually found in the herbs and spices aisle in a jar or tub.
What are some alternative names for Dry Mustard?
The most common alternative name for dry mustard would be mustard powder or ground mustard, they are all the same thing.
What is a good substitute for Dry Mustard in recipes?
Luckily, there are a number of great substitutes for dry mustard. These include:
- Regular (wet) mustard such as the best being Dijon mustard. If you don’t have Dijon, other yellow mustards can work fine
- You can also easily grind your own yellow mustard seeds in a spice or coffee grinder
- You can use Horseradish or Wasabi (the real or the fake kind) if you don’t have any mustard