A Number of Ways to Use Mustard Flavor

Those who have only ever used mustard as a condiment on their favorite hot dog or a pretzel may never have stopped to think of the number of ways that mustard flavor is used throughout the food industry. However, it’s far more than just a condiment and, to the surprise of many, may be found in dishes that people would never suspect.


Mustard flavor ingredients such as Advanced Biotech’s Natural Allyl Isothiocyanate, Synthetic Allyl Isothiocyanate, and Natural Horseradish Oil are most often used in the creation of mustards and other similar types of condiments such as mustard-based salad dressings and vinaigrettes. Mustard can provide a delicious bit of complexity to a dish, and in some cases even a little bit of a bite.

Mustard flavor is also commonly used in the creation of many different types of marinades and sauces. Mustard is a common component in traditional baked beans, it can be found in hollandaise sauce, and it can be found in a number of glazes for use on different types of meats. Mustard flavor is also a key component of many different types of barbecue sauces.


This versatile flavor is also increasing in popularity as a flavor for snack foods, especially as unique custom flavors rise in popularity in the flavor industry. Mustard flavor can be found as a coating for pretzels, often combined with honey for a delicious twist on the regular treat. Additionally, mustard can be found on potato chips, crackers, and many other types of snack food items.


There are probably more uses for mustard than most people think. In fact, mustard flavor ingredients such as natural and synthetic allyl isothiocyanate  and natural horseradish oil are finding many more uses than ever before as flavorists look to recreate these delicious flavors in their own product lines. Whether they are looking to create the perfect mustard pretzel or a great barbeque sauce, mustard is certainly a helpful tool in that process.