Yellow and brown mustard seeds are simmered in a mixture of vinegar, sugar and salt for almost an hour, until they are still whole but pop like caviar between the teeth. So intriguing! Like finger limes, this condiment adds a fun textural element to a finished dish.
Bon Appetit recommends serving the mustard caviar with a charcuterie platter, sauteed greens or in a vinaigrette. We think there are many more ways to use this surprising yet elegant burst of spice — how about over fish, on deviled eggs or in a baked potato?
Get the recipe: Mustard Caviar at Bon Appetit
Have you ever tried anything like this? How would you use mustard caviar?
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