Lodi's Homegrown Mustard Sauce Recipe To Make All Good Things Better

Lodi’s Homegrown Mustard Sauce Recipe To Make All Good Things Even Better!

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This recipe is made with ingredients that are a 100% organic. Certified by the SGS, the mustard seeds used in the Mustard Sauce Recipe were grown at Lodi, the garden restaurant’s very own, Sewara Organics Farm. The mustard oil used in the recipe is also a product of the farm, which is extracted using a carefully designed process which ensures that all their produce is 100% organic.

The Elements:

¼ cup mustard seeds

½ cup mustard oil

½ cup white wine vinegar

½ tsp rock salt (organic)

1 tsp jaggery or light brown sugar (optional)


Put the mustard seeds and the white wine vinegar in a small bowl or container. Cover and let it soak overnight.

Transfer the mustard seeds and liquid to a blender.

Add salt, oil, sugar and puree until the mustard forms a paste. However, make sure that a few of the seeds remain whole and the paste is of a grainy texture.

Transfer to an airtight container and let rest in the refrigerator for 2 days before use.

#EatExtra: Eat with burgers, Calcutta style fried fish, sandwiches, cutlets, and basically everything that deserves a generous dollop of awesomeness!

Featured Photo Courtesy Of: Lodi – The Garden Restaurant

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