A traditional ingredient in Indian, Eastern, Mediterranean, and North African cuisine, the majority of Americans taste cumin in Mexican foods, but is also frequently found in Thai, Vietnamese and Indian kitchens. Chili, salsas, and tacos all include cumin. More aromatically spicy than hot, cumin’s distinctive flavor can be experimented with to enhance many of your favorite foods. Traditionally, cumin was thought to keep both chickens and lovers from wandering.
1.9 oz. bottle
Tip: Lightly roasting whole cumin seeds in a dry frying pan before using brings out cumin’s unique aroma and flavor.