Some substitutions for ground mustard are mustard seeds, commercially prepared mustard, wasabi powder or horseradish powder. If a a person only has mustard seeds instead of ground mustard, then he can grind up some of the seeds and use this as a replacement.Know More
Another option is to use a commercially prepared mustard as a substitute. However, because there are different types of mustard (yellow, black or brown) with different heat and pungency levels, it is wise to use the same type specified in the recipe. Similarly, since wasabi and horseradish powders can impart a similar taste as mustard to a dish, they can be comparable substitutes.
Since ancient times, people used mustard as a condiment. The word mustard comes from the Latin words "mustum ardens," a spicy paste mixture that Romans made from ground mustard and unfermented grape juice called "must."Learn more about Substitutions
Corn meal ground into a powder using a food processor can be used as a substitute for corn flour. If a recipe calls for corn flour to be used as breading, regular flour can be used as a substitute.Full Answer >
The best substitutes for horseradish include wasabi paste and black radishes. Wasabi paste, which is made from domestic horseradish varieties, is not as pungent as fresh horseradish, so it may take more paste to achieve a similar flavor. Black radishes have a different flavor but contain a similar heat level.Full Answer >
Some medically recommended substitutions for vegetable oil include fruit juices or sauces, mashed fruit, yogurt, fruit or vegetable purees, coconut or olive oil, butter, lard or fat. Substitute a quarter to a full cup of any type of fruit juice, sauce, mash or puree for one serving of vegetable oil. This quantity can vary depending on the use.Full Answer >
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