Mustard oil made by mechanically cold-pressing the finest seeds, to ensure that their valuable nutrients and natural goodness are fully retained. The result is a nutritious and flavoursome oil with a golden hue and a fragrant mustard aroma.
Its unique taste makes it an essential ingredient in Indian cuisine, including Bombay potatoes and spicy curries. To create a potent dressing for greens and vegetables, just mix it with honey and vinegar. Alternatively, drizzle over roast meat for a tantalising extra kick.
Mustard seed oil is naturally rich in Vitamins A and E, as well as Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids. Its regular consumption may enhance cognitive function and reduce high cholesterol levels.
Received 1* at the 2020 Great Taste Award.
Comments from the Great Taste Judges:
"Lovely vivid yellow in colour and on the palate, it delivers pleasant nutty notes. Clean, fresh tasting oil. The strength is muted which would make it ideal for cooking and it would work well in a salad along with a dash of good wine vinegar or balsamic. We are pleasantly surprised by its gentleness and clean flavours."
100% Cold pressed mustard seed oil
May contain traces of sesame seeds and tree nuts
Grapoila specialises in the manufacture of nutritious cold-pressed oils and natural seed flours in a health-conscious and ethical manner, by using a clean and environmentally friendly ‘zero waste’ technology. They work with premium quality ingredients, sourced locally where possible. The finest seeds are selected and undergo a gentle cold-pressing process, ensuring that their nutritional value is fully retained, while the company’s innovative approach guarantees that all by-products are utilised, and nothing is wasted. As a result, when you take a Grapoila product from your pantry shelf you can be sure that it will not only be high in nutritional value and full of flavour, but good for the planet too.
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