Cumin Powder

Gujarat and Rajasthan are well-drained, loamy regions. A great deal of value is attached to this type because of its high percentage of essential oils, which give it an intense flavor. There is a penetrating, earthy, musty flavor to cumin seeds. It’s a cooling spice. During the middle ages, cumin was believed to keep lovers faithful and chickens from straying. In recent years, cumin has gained popularity due to its use in Mexican cuisine. Originally from Egypt and the Mediterranean, cumin is mainly produced in India. The major producers are Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh.

Usage

By roasting it for only a minute on a tawa (girdle) and then ground it into powder, its flavour is released more fully. Digestive properties are associated with cumin.

Packaging Available In

50 gms / 100 gms

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