Regular size = 80 grams (2.82 ounces), approximately 24 tsp (½ cup), the size of a standard spice jar.
Brown mustard or mustard seed is often confused with black mustard, but is in fact somewhat milder. It is, however, noticeably sharper and hotter than yellow mustard seed. Most mustard sauces or mustard powders blend yellow and brown to get the right level of “bite”. The seeds, when used carefully, provide an exotic spiciness to roasted or baked meat, particularly pork. The seeds may also be toasted or fried while building a curry, gravy, or stew, for a delicious nutty flavor with a moderate heat. Mustard seed is also frequently used in pickling.