Cumin - as cumin is also called - is an absolute hit in dishes such as couscous salad or curries. But also for a really good chili - whether con or sin carne - cumin is essential! Small tip: The full aroma unfolds if you roast the cumin a little in the pan before use.
Long, long ago, but already in ancient times cumin was used in the Near East and the areas around the Mediterranean. In ancient Rome, the spice was even considered a substitute for pepper. And the liqueur industry also got a taste for cumin at some point and uses its essential oils. By the way, the origin of cumin is thought to be in the Nile Valley - would you have known? Today you can also easily sow the spice in your own garden, preferably in March.
Bio spice cumin whole
Only a few can do that: Our organic cumin is one of those spices that opens the door to a whole world of flavors in seconds. Especially the oriental, Indian and Asian cuisine make use of the intense, bitter-sweet and warm taste of cumin and round off their dishes with the special earthy note.
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- Recommended for
- African dishes
Chili con Carne
South American dishes
- ** Aus kontrolliert biologischem Anbau
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