Cumin is the seed of a small annual herbaceous plant that is native to the Middle East and is in the same family as parsley and coriander.

It has a most wonderful warm earthy flavour and smell. You can use them whole, as an ingredient or garnish in their own right or grind them for use in your favourite garam masala or spice pastes.

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Cumin pairs well with almost everything and it turns up worldwide in everything from drinks to snacks to main meals and desserts.

I have some recipes using cumin below for you. 🙂

Dietary Info: Great for vegetarians,  vegans and is gluten free.

This particular cooking ingredient is in PK’s Essential Pantry Cupboard Contents.

Enjoy,

PK


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