Cheap thrills with mighty mustards

If you ever worry your diet is a bit dull, you can perk it up with a dollop of something saucy though with minimal carbs if you go for a mustard and not a chutney (which often are pretty sugary). The East India Company has been giving mustard a makeover to encourage us to reconsider the role of the humble grain including its latest mustard recipe – the Lapsang Souchong Mustard which incorporates a smokey hint of tea. The rest of the Mustard Collection consists of a more traditional Bulldog Mustard (£3.95) is a strong traditional English mustard that has been combined with pimento and chilli to create a robust flavour. On a heat scale from 1 to 6, it comes in as a six.  Tewkesbury Mustard (£3.95) combines smooth mustard with fresh horseradish to create a lively condiment perfect for the  sausage or steak. Heat Scale 4 (from 1 to 6); The Strong Dijon Mustard (£3.95) is for those who find the traditional Dijon mustard too mild. Mustard has been made in Dijon since 1336 and a good Dijon is still considered amongst the finest mustards in the world. Heat Scale 5 (from 1 to 6).

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