Mustard Greens

Available in:

  • Curly Mustard 10 oz./ 1 lb./ 2 lb. Bag

  • Flat Mustard 10 oz./ 1lb. Bag

  • Flat Mustard Bunch

  • Curly Mustard Bunch

Peppery mustard greens put the zip in mixed greens. Pungent mustard is often mixed with hearty collards and flavorful turnip greens, tossed in the pot with some ham hocks and gently simmered for an hour or two, until the mix is meltingly tender. It is this “mess o’ greens” that is featured at many, if not most, Southern celebrations and large family dinners. The pot-likker at the bottom – the vitamin-rich, green broth that results from the long simmering – is highly prized and is sopped up with a piece of fresh cornbread. Chinese, Japanese and Indian cuisines also use mustard greens. High in vitamins & minerals: A, C, K & Folate, Manganese, Fiber, Beta-Carotene The mustard plant that gives us greens also can produce the seeds from which Dijon mustard is made, hence the peppery flavor. Cut `n Clean Greens Mustard Greens – either flat or curly – make your life easier by eliminating the drudgery of washing and cutting. With our easy bags of ready-to-use mustard, home cooks can focus on cooking, while saving time normally needed for prep and cleanup. Our mustard is easy to cook, straight from the bag. You can toss it into a soup, wilt it in a skillet or simmer it in some boiling broth or water for a few minutes.

Cooking Tips & Times

Mustard is more tender than collards or kale, so needs less cooking to make it soft.

Wilt mustard in a skillet with a bit of oil or broth, and then stir it into cooked rice or beans.

Toss mustard greens into hot soup and simmer a few minutes to green it up.

If mustard is too bold for your taste buds, tame it first by blanching in boiling water for a couple of minutes, and then combine it with your other ingredients in a stir fry, or side dish or even a egg casserole dish.