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An intensely strong flavour and grows abundantly in mild, equable climatic conditions where rich, well drained sandy loamy soil is available. Cumin's distinctive warm flavour is unique and makes a valuable contribution to many savoury dishes and is a vital ingredient in Indian cooking. Indian cumin finds worldwide use in foods, beverages, liquors medicines, toiletries, and perfumery.
How to cook East End Cumin Seeds
To extract the cumin seed's distinctive flavour you should lightly toast before use. The seeds can be added to meat dishes, built into marinades, thrown into curries and added to naan and rice dishes for example when creating pilau rice. It is a vital flavouring in Indian recipes with the majority of dishes containing the spice. The spice cumin is an important ingredient of commercial Indian curry powder.
- Suitable for Vegetarians
- Store in cool dry place and an airtight container.