Cumin Seeds White, Whole
Cumin Seeds, also known as jeera, are dried and ridged with a warm, earthy flavour and bitter undertones. First cultivated in Egypt, white cumin is now a global spice and essential in Latin American, Middle Eastern and Indian cuisines.
Typically, white cumin seeds are dry roasted in a pan to release their aroma and used in many Indian dishes such as tarka dal, curries and stews. Across the Middle East, cumin is used as a meat rub or to add depth to tagines and stews. In Latin America, cumin adds a smoky depth to chilli con carne, adobo and fajitas.
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