Inventory, 50 ct : 4.00
This item was last sold on : 07/15/17
Mustard MicroFlowers™ have four bright yellow petals attached to a central core and thin green stem. The central core contains one yellow pistill and four to six shorter yellow stamens.
Mustard MicroFlowers™ are available year-round.
Mustard MicroFlowers™ are a member of the Brassicaceae or Cruciferae family and of the species Brassica. Currently the seeds of the mustard flower are used mainly in the production of the condiment mustard and also to produce the seasoning, dry mustard powder.
Mustard MicroFlowers™ make an attractive addition to green and grain salads. Serve atop quiche, deviled eggs or frittatas as a garnish. The flowers can be pureed into a mustard sauce or hummus. Combine with herbs and add to the brine for pickled cucumbers, peppers and carrots.
Native to Europe, mustard flowers have been cultivated in Europe, Asia and North Africa for thousands of years. In the 1940’s mustard flower cultivation took off in America with Canada following close behind in the 1980’s. Mustard thrives in cool to moderate climates and in fertile well draining soil.
Restaurants currently purchasing this product as an ingredient for their menu.
|JSIX American restaurant & Bar||San Diego CA||619-531-8744|
|Bellamy's Restaurant||Escondido CA||760-747-5000|
|Saiko Sushi-North Park||San Diego CA||619-886-6656|
|Fresh Sushi Catering||Carlsbad CA||858-344-7098|
|Crab Hut||San Diego CA||858-860-5225|
|Hotel Palomar-Salt Box||San Diego CA||619-515-3003|
|Gaslamp Union Kitchen & Tap||San Diego CA||619-795-9463|
|Continental Catering Inc||La Mesa CA||619-698-3500|
|Marriott Marina Kitchen||San Diego CA||619-234-1500 x6113|
|Art Institute of San Diego||San Diego CA||858-598-1200|
Recipes that include Mustard Flowers. One is easiest, three is harder.
|French Foodie Baby||Asparagus, Arugula, Avocado Soup with Wild Mustard Flowers|