1/2 Cup Jar – 1.6 oz
Ingredients Include: Cumin Seed
$2.00 – $4.50
Cumin is one of the most popular spices following chilies and pepper. Cumin has long been a key ingredient in curries, Garam Masala and Coucous. Spanish explorers introduced the spice along the Rio Grande, making cumin one of the most common spices found in South American dishes and spice blends. Dry-roasting the seeds brings out a pleasant, nutty flavor and reduces some of the bitterness.
During the Roman Era, cumin was a symbol of greed and it was a common put-down to say someone had eaten it. Thus the nickname for the voracious Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius was “Cuminus.”
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