Smoky with a Bold Bite
Freak up any dish with this amazingly versatile condiment. Red Mustard features smoked paprika: the culinary darling of all those Instagram-famous chefs. Plus mustard seeds and ripe tomato to push your flavor range up past 11.
Spread on grilled burgers and brats. Use as dip for fries or taters tots. Smear onto a sandwich or pair with pretzels and cheese. Our rule of thumb? Let your taste buds be the judge.
All the ingredients in Freak Flag Organics sauces are USDA certified organic, simply because they are freaks about flavor, about sustainable farming, and about leaving our planet a better place than how we found it.
- 7.25 oz jar
- USDA Certified Organic, All natural ingredients
- No preservatives, artificial coloring, or flavors
- Vegan, Dairy Free
- Gluten Free, Nut & Soy Free
- By Freak Flag Organics / Made in the USA
Ingredients: tomato paste* (vine ripened tomatoes*), water, brown rice syrup*, apple cider vinegar*, sunflower oil*, yellow mustard powder*, garlic*, jalapeño peppers*, sea salt, onion*, brown mustard seed*, spices*, garlic*. *Organic ingredient
~ Available for Local Next Day Delivery \ Not eligible for return once opened
Archaeologists found evidence that ancient civilizations along the Indus Valley cultivated mustard seeds as early as 1800 BC. Romans may have exported mustard seeds from the valley – which they made into a condiment mixed with unfermented grape juice, herbs, vinegar, fish sauce, and oil – and exported it to Paris, where it began production.
Manufactured mustard began in Paris around 1292. The term “Dijon mustard” came from Dijon, France, which, during the 13th century, the center for mustard production. Production grew and Dijon was eventually known as the mustard capital of the world.
Mustard was exported to England by 1390, evidenced by King Richard’s cook writing about making mustard balls. Mustard was even mentioned in the Shakespeare play, King Henry the Fourth, Part II.
The first time hotdogs were dressed with mustard was by 1904 in the St. Louis World Fair. Today, it is used in a variety of foods to boost flavor.
Here are some uses to try:
- Perfect for burgers, hot dogs, and brats
- Use as a dipping sauce for fries or tater tots
- Top a pretzel for a smoky alternative
- Give your Bloody Mary a flavor boost
- See BON! for recipe inspirations (coming soon)