Yellow mustard is a prepared mustard. Dry mustard, or mustard flour is not prepared mustard.
1 tablespoon prepared mustard can be substituted for 1 teaspoon dry mustard
1 Tablespoon of prepared mustard can be substituted for 1 teaspoon of dry mustard.
Mustard, Dry Substitute. 1 tablespoon prepared mustard can be substituted for 1 teaspoon dry mustard. If you want to make dry mustard into prepared mustard, add cider vinegar a little at a time and depending on the amount of dry mustard you have. This does not create the kind of prepared mustard that French's sells. This mustard is more like those served with Asian foods and is pretty hot.
yes you can, use one tea spoon of dry mustard for every one table spoon of prepared yellow mustard
Dry Mustard Substitute: For 1 teaspoon dry mustard, substitute 1 tablespoon prepared mustard.
No. Dry mustard is powdered mustard seed. Turmeric is another spice usally added to prepared mustard.
1 teaspoon dry mustard = 1 tablespoon prepared mustard or ½ teaspoon mustard seeds
It depends on the recipe but prepared mustard usually has other ingredients in it besides mustard and water. Yellow mustard has turmeric to give it its yellow color. If you need to use prepared mustard use about 1 1/2 tablespoons for every teaspoon of dry mustard needed, and reduce liquids by 1 tablespoon. Results may or may not vary.
Yes, regular yellow mustard (the kind used on hotdogs etc..) is the same as prepared mustard. It really means the same thing. They just use the term prepared mustard so you know that you can't use dry mustard.
1tablespoon prepared mustard = 1teaspoon of dried mustard
"Regular" mustard (I assume you mean prepared mustard) is basically a paste of dry mustard, vinegar, and possibly other substances. You could use it, though you'll need to use a bit more because it's not as concentrated (being diluted with the vinegar and all).
Dry mustard is ground mustard seeds.
yes. one tablespoon of prepared mustard equals one TEAspoon of ground mustard. remember that substituting a dry ingredient for a wet one changes the expected moisture level of the dish.... add a teaspoon or two of the main liquid to balance this out or add the dry mustard to water, create a paste, the add that to the dish you are making. good luck
Yes, you can use prepared mustard instead of prepared yellow mustard. Each brand and type of mustard may have a slight to great degree of difference in taste and could have an impact on the taste of the finished product.
It means liquid mustard rather than mustard powder. Any mustard that isn't powder or seeds is "prepared" - Dijon as well as yellow "hot dog" mustard.
Dry mustard is usually used with other spices, has a slight mustard taste and makes the food yellow.
I use a liquid measure.
Yes, dry mustard and ground mustard are actually one and the same.
If it's mustard powder, such as Colmans English mustard, then yes it's dry goods.
You need to sub it with yellow mustard. BUT you will need 3 times as much as it says to put in for dry mustard. Example: 1 tsp. dry mustard = 3 teaspoons regualr mustard.
No. Dry mustard is a powedery preparation of dried mustard seeds. Dijon mustard is a wet mustard, of a recipe traditional to the Dijon region of France. The two are difficult to interchange as Dijon mustard is much saltier than dried mustard and, being wet, will not combine readily with dry ingredients.
Yes, you can use prepared mustard to substitute for Dijon mustard in a recipe, but the taste of the finished product may vary slightly from the original recipe.
At any grocery store. the term "prepared mustard" is just used to distinguish the condiment from the dried spice.