Cumin Seeds – 100g

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100g and 200g pack sizes. Cumin seeds comes handy for your stuffed mackerel and cumin potatoes meal. Imparts sweet smelling aroma to your braised lamb shoulder potato diet. Try our cumin seeds in your velouté for that pan fried scallops with caramelised cauliflower purée or for your creamed lentils in your Chargrilled lamb steak with turmeric. Cumin seeds are used in wide ranging ways and it’s a chef’s delight. Cumin has become the subject of medical research, as anecdotal evidence claims it has all kinds of health benefits.

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100g and 200g pack sizes. Cumin seeds comes handy for your stuffed mackerel and cumin potatoes meal. Imparts sweet smelling aroma to your braised lamb shoulder potato diet. Try our cumin seeds in your velouté for that pan fried scallops with caramelised cauliflower purée or for your creamed lentils in your Chargrilled lamb steak with turmeric. Cumin seeds are used in wide ranging ways and it’s a chef’s delight. Cumin has become the subject of medical research, as anecdotal evidence claims it has all kinds of health benefits.

The seeds are oval and 4-7 mm long, with longitudinal ridges and a few little bristles
Botanical Name: Cuminum cyminum L
Origin: India, South Asia
Colour: Greenish/Greyish brown
Description
Cumin is a leafy plant that grows low to the ground in China, India, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean region. The fruit of the plant is called the cumin seed, and it’s popular all over the world as a spice. Whole cumin seeds have a bright, earthy, slightly spicy flavour that may remind you a little bit of dried lemon peel when they’re added to rich ingredients like yogurt or meat. Whole cumin, for example, is featured in Indian dishes, where the whole seeds are added to hot oil at the start of the dish, so the flavour infuses the oil and therefore the rest of the ingredients. More flavour is brought out when the seed is lightly roasted, which is done easily using a dry pan over medium heat. As well as adding flavour to food, Cumin has become the subject of medical research, as anecdotal evidence claims it has all kinds of health benefits.

Usage
Cumin seeds comes handy for your stuffed mackerel and cumin potatoes meal. Imparts sweet smelling aroma to your braised lamb shoulder potato diet. Try our cumin seeds in your velouté for that pan fried scallops with caramelised cauliflower purée or for your creamed lentils in your Chargrilled lamb steak with turmeric. For the best flavour, you should toast the whole seeds before adding them into your favourite recipes. Cumin seeds are used in wide ranging ways and it’s a chef’s delight.
Colour: Greenish/Greyish brown
Taste: hint of both bitterness and sweetness
Flavour: Rich and hearty, earthy and warm, with an edge of citrus
Suitable for: Halal, Kosher, Coeliacs, Vegetarians and Vegans
Storage: Cool, dry, away from direct heat or light.
Nutrition Information

Serving size: 1tsp (2.1g) – % Daily Values*
Total Fat – 0.47g1%
Saturated Fat – 0.032g0%
Trans Fat –
Polyunsaturated Fat – 0.069g
Monounsaturated Fat – 0.295g
Cholesterol – 0mg0%
Sodium – 4mg0%
Total Carbohydrate – 0.93g0%
Dietary Fibre – 0.2g1%
Sugars – 0.05g
Protein – 0.37g
Vitamin D –
Calcium – 20mg2%
Iron – 1.39mg8%
Potassium – 38mg1%
Vitamin A – 1mcg0%
Vitamin C – 0.2mg0%.
Calories: – 8

Calculations above are from Literature value using Nutrition Facts software.
* Percent (%) Daily Value (DV) shows the quantity of nutrient in a serving of food that contributes to a daily diet. Food nutrition advice is usually based on 2,000 calories a day.

Health benefits:
As well as adding flavour to food, Cumin is associated with many health benefits including antimicrobial, antibacterial and antioxidant properties. It has been found to inhibit bacterial growth through its powerful antimicrobial effects, as well as having an anti-inflammatory effect on the body. Cumin seeds are known to stimulate our salivary glands, enzymes and bile, which aid the digestion of food. Cumin also has a carminative effect thus they help to relieve gas in the stomach and intestines (flatulence) and therefore could be of benefit to our digestive system as part of a healthy diet. Some studies have shown that cumin may counteract stress and improve memory.

Allergy Advice
Contains No Known Allergens.
Please note: where products are indicated as not having an allergen present this refers to the product not being formulated or wholly derived from the particular ingredient. Allergen handling policies and procedures are in place through the supply chain to reduce the likelihood of cross contamination from allergens however this cannot be guaranteed. Where specific guarantees are required, please contact Rockedge Ventures (UK) Ltd for further information.

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