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Cumin Seed

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Botanical name: Cuminum cyminum

We source Organic Cumin Seed from India and pack it in a Biodegradable, resealable, stand up paper bag.

Cumin Seed has a distinctive earthy, nutty, spicy taste with somewhat bitter undertones and a warm, penetrating aroma with hints of lemon. Cumin seeds are oval shaped and elongated with a ridged surface. The seeds are greenish yellow, grayish or light brown in colour. Cumin is native to China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, the eastern Mediterranean, Syria and Turkey. Today, cumin is also grown in Argentina, Iran and Mexico.

Cumin is extensively used in cuisines around the world, particularly in Southern Asia, Northern Africa and Latin America. Cumin flourishes when used with beans, curries, bread, cabbage, pungent cheeses, couscous, chicken, eggplant, lamb, lentils, onions, potatoes, rice, sauerkraut and squash. Cumin has long been a signature spice for cooks in the South Asia, Far East, Latin America, Mexico, the Middle East and North Africa. Cumin seed is often lightly fried in oil or ghee to release its flavour.

Cumin works well in combination with allspice, anise seed, brown mustard, cardamom, cinnamon, coriander, fennel, fenugreek, garlic, ginger, nutmeg, paprika, turmeric and yellow mustard.

Cumin Seed can be used in ground form (try our freshly Stoneground Cumin Seed). When dry roasted, Cumin Seed unleashes a more intense aroma. Try our freshly Roasted Cumin Seed or freshly Roasted Stoneground Cumin Seed. Cumin Seed is a popular ingredient in several spice blends.

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Botanical name: Cuminum cyminum

We source Organic Cumin Seed from India and pack it in a Biodegradable, resealable, stand up paper bag.

Cumin Seed has a distinctive earthy, nutty, spicy taste with somewhat bitter undertones and a warm, penetrating aroma with hints of lemon. Cumin seeds are oval shaped and elongated with a ridged surface. The seeds are greenish yellow, grayish or light brown in colour. Cumin is native to China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, the eastern Mediterranean, Syria and Turkey. Today, cumin is also grown in Argentina, Iran and Mexico.

Cumin is extensively used in cuisines around the world, particularly in Southern Asia, Northern Africa and Latin America. Cumin flourishes when used with beans, curries, bread, cabbage, pungent cheeses, couscous, chicken, eggplant, lamb, lentils, onions, potatoes, rice, sauerkraut and squash. Cumin has long been a signature spice for cooks in the South Asia, Far East, Latin America, Mexico, the Middle East and North Africa. Cumin seed is often lightly fried in oil or ghee to release its flavour.

Cumin works well in combination with allspice, anise seed, brown mustard, cardamom, cinnamon, coriander, fennel, fenugreek, garlic, ginger, nutmeg, paprika, turmeric and yellow mustard.

Cumin Seed can be used in ground form (try our freshly Stoneground Cumin Seed). When dry roasted, Cumin Seed unleashes a more intense aroma. Try our freshly Roasted Cumin Seed or freshly Roasted Stoneground Cumin Seed. Cumin Seed is a popular ingredient in several spice blends.

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