i2cook’s pink mustard

pink mustard sandwich

What is pink mustard? No. Really?

I’ve been asked this question often by friends and consumers. A lot of them  wonder why its not pink in colour…

I’m happy that pink mustard has fared well in terms of its branding & taste. Its been over a year and I’m glad that it received  accolade from press, especially from Bangalore.

Customers and friends have been using  pink mustard in their own way – on crackers, marinades for fish or meat, in brinjal fry or in mayo. But there is one  recipe that  kept me amazed is the cucumber raita  made with vegan yogurt  by Tongue Ticklers.

I recently had some friends coming over for drinks and wanted to make some easy and stress free nibble. I had some sausages lying in the fridge and  used them up by mixing  it with some pink mustard (doesn’t require any extra oil and you could add some crushed pepper), grill in the oven at 180 centigrade for about 10-15 minutes or until browned and  ready to eat!

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If you’ve been using pink mustard in your cooking… Do share your handy tips 🙂

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The above picture is clicked by the talented photographer, Joy Manavath. To view more of his beautiful creations for i2cook, hop on to  i2cook product  page.

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