- Subtle aroma
- Peppery taste
- Versatile in use
In Turkey and the Middle East black cumin is added to pita bread and salty snacks. When combined with cumin and ground coriander seeds it is the perfect fit for omelettes to add Oriental flavour. Black cumin plays an important role in Indian cuisine: chicken and vegetarian dishes require this earthy aroma. These roasted seeds provide great flavour when added to salads and soups.
Black cumin has a subtle flavour that is peppery and earthy with a hint of walnut.
Tips & Preparation:
Black cumin is often used as a pepper substitute due to its peppery, earthy, slightly bitter flavour. It is often sprinkled on pita bread and salty snacks. Black cumin is often added to Indian cuisine that includes vegetarian and chicken dishes.
|Use:||For Baking, Indian Cuisine, For Sauces, For Soups|
|Certifications:||Certified Organic - Controlled Organic Farming|
|Flavour:||Fresh and Aromatic, Bitter|
|Free From:||Flavour Enhancers, Gluten, Yeast Extracts, Artificial Flavours, Lactose, Lupine, Celery, Sesame, Soy, Eggs, Fish, Crustacean, Milk, Nut, Mollusk, Mustard, Spelt, Vegetables / Legumes, Barley, Glutamate, Oats, Maize, Almonds, Milk Protein, Rye, Wheat|
|Type of Product::||Single Spices|
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