Mustard Seeds

Mustard Seeds

Mustard powder also called “Sarson ka Powder” in Hindi or “Avala Podi” in Telugu. It is obtained from either black or brown mustard seeds. It has a strong aroma, compared to whole mustard seeds and is also more nutritious. Apart from adding a savoury kick to your food, mustard powder benefits our body in many ways. Let’s discuss each of them in detail.
Black Mustard Powder obtained from black mustard seeds has more pungency compared to the white mustard powder made with yellow or brown seeds. Ground mustard powder is a versatile ingredient, which can be added to almost any food.
Advantages Of Mustard Seeds:-The mustard powder contains many healthy and valuable nutrients which can fight against cancer cells. The mustard powder has a special agent called Melatonin, which is proven to protect the body against Cancer. Daily consumption of this powder is proven to prevent many types of cancers especially breast cancer.
The mustard powder contains high amounts of mineral-like iron, zinc, phosphorus and calcium. Adding this powder to our food every day can help you cope up with mineral deficiencies and also assist in the formation of red blood cells. Regular usage of mustard powder can prevent anaemia.

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  •  1.Mustard seeds are one of the widely used condiments in Indian cuisine. These tiny black seeds are packed with flavour and have a pungent smell. The popular way of imparting mustard in many culinary delights is in powder form.
    2.Mustard Powder is made by dry roasting whole mustard seeds and grinding them into a fine powder.
    3.Mustard oil is extracted from mustard powder and is a proven therapy that this oil relieves you from itchy scalp.
    4.Mustard powder has other names like dry mustard and ground mustard. It is mustard seeds that have been ground to a fine powder.
    5.Mustard comes from the same family as horseradish and it is the compounds common to both spices that give them their heat.