Flavor profile: sharp, Dijon mustard taste and notes of pepper Amazing with: excellent to give a kick to your tartares, in a vinaigrette, as a garnish for oysters and in sandwiches and soups. The name comes from British cooking, which traditionally used mustard and cress Nutritional values: source of iron, folic acid and calcium, vitamin C, E and A.
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