Mostarda is an Italian condiment made of candied fruit and mustard flavored syrup. Commercially the essential oil of mustard is employed, which has the advantage of transparency; in home cooking mustard powder heated in white wine may be used. Traditionally mostarda was served with boiled meats, the bollito misto which is a specialty of northern Italian cooking. More recently it has become a popular accompaniment to cheeses.
Mostarda Di Frutta Also Known As Mostarda Di Cremona - A Delicious Combination Of Sweet And Hot That Makes Your Palate And Tongue Tingle
Net weight: 560g (19.7oz)
Product of Italy
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