What is Bavarian sweet mustard?
The traditional, famous Bavarian sweet mustard also know as Weisswurst mustard. Traditionally it is the classic accompaniment to Weisswurst, white Bavarian veal sausage. But it’s also commonly enjoyed with Bavarian Leberkäs, with pretzels for dipping or spread on sandwiches.
What is the most popular mustard in Germany?
The two most famous German mustards are Düsseldorf and Bavarian Sweet. The main difference between these two varieties is that Bavarian Sweet keeps with its namesake, while Düsseldorf has more of a sweet-sour taste. Düsseldorf’s brand is particularly famous due to its having the first Senf factory in Germany in 1726.
What is Senf made of?
Known as senf or mostrich in German, prepared mustard is used as a condiment and as a recipe ingredient. Prepared German mustard is made with different varieties of ground mustard seeds (mostly Sinapis hirta and Brassica nigra) mixed with vinegar, oil, herbs and/or sweeteners.
What is a good substitute for German mustard?
If people say “German-style” mustard, they probably mean the sweet, coarsely-ground ones, though they will be in for a surprise when they go to Germany and get a sausage served with a very hot mustard! Brown mustard seed is preferred, though black is also used.
What country has the best mustard?
Today, Canada exports more mustard seed than any other country (mostly to France, the United States, and Japan) and coming in a close second is the tiny mountain country of Nepal* which supplies a large portion of India’s demand.
Is German mustard the same as Dijon?
German: A bit like Dijon, but with a little more heat, this is the perfect mustard for your brat and pretzel.
What makes German mustard different?
German Mustard The most prolific type of mustard in Germany is a mix of yellow and brown mustard seeds called Mittelscharf, or medium hot, for a distinctive spiciness that’s a step up from a Dijon.