Red Mustard Frill
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Red Frill mustard has deeply serrated, oak-shaped burgundy leaves contrasted by thin wasabi green stems. Its texture is crunchy yet tender and its flavor robust and peppery. Red Frill mustard is known as one of the spiciest in the mustard green family. When left to mature, Red Frill produces edible flowers and eventually seeds. These seeds can be harvested, yet they are not the common seed used as dry mustard.
Red Frill mustard greens are available fall through spring.
Red Frill mustard is a leafy green also commonly known as Ruby Streaks or Scarlet Frill. It is botanically classified as Brassica juncea, and a member of the Brassica family along with arugula, radishes and turnips. It is a perennial herbaceous cut-and-come again green grown primarily for fresh eating.