Smoky and warm, cumin seeds infuse peppery earthiness into savoury dishes. Native to the Mediterranean, they have huge and wide appeal and don’t just take our word for it – historians have hailed cumin seeds as the most global of all spices for millennia.
How to use
Sizzle them in hot oil quickly to release their flavour into burgers and barbeques. Beware of leaving them sizzling for too long, however, as they burn quickly. A natural partner to coriander, you can turn cumin seeds more intense and earthy by dry roasting and grinding it to add a finishing touch to salads and soups.
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