A dwarf umbelliferous plant, somewhat resembling fennel (Cuminum Cyminum), cultivated for its seeds, which have a bitterish, warm taste, with an aromatic flavor, and are used like those of anise and caraway.
An Indian spice with an earthy flavor, also known as comino. It usually appears in its ground form and as cumin seed. Cumin is featured in Middle Eastern (lentil and lamb dishes) and Latin American cuisines (chili, tamales).
Jinten Ground seeds of the Cumin plant used as flavouring in marinades and sauces.
more often used as a seed than a powder. Cumin seeds are often combined with other spices such as hing, ginger and chillie. They are stir-fried with ghee and then added to soups and vegetable preparations.
A pungent spice commonly used in Mexican dishes. Available in seed and ground form. Has a nutty flavor and aroma. Used in dishes such as chili and tamales.
Spice with thin brown seeds and is a member of the parsley family. Cumin seeds and cumin powder are widely used in Asian curries.
beef, pork, Mexican dishes
The seeds of an annual plant "Cuminum cyminum" grown around the Mediterranean and through to the Far East. It has a strong pungent flavor and is much used in Arab, Indian and Spanish cooking.
Spice (whole or ground) Description: Dried fruit from a plant in the parsley family Flavor: Slightly bitter, pungent, nutty, hot Uses: Chili and curry powder blends, fish, lamb, pickling, sausages; Middle Eastern, Asian and Mediterranean recipes
Caraway Carum carvi
(Cumimum cyminum) Flavor is hot and faintly bitter. Seeds should be roasted in a dry skillet before grinding.
KUH-mihn, KYOO-mihn, KOO-mihn] Commonly used in Indian, Middle Eastern and Mexican cuisine, this spice is the dried seed of the fruit from a plant in the parsley family. Cumin is available in 3 colors, either whole seed or ground: amber (most widely available), white and black and has a nutty flavor and aroma. It is used in curries and chili powder.
A warm, pungent spice used mainly in savoury dishes; available as seeds or in ground form.
dwarf Mediterranean annual long cultivated for its aromatic seeds
aromatic seeds of the cumin herb of the carrot family
Is available as both seed and ground. It has a flowery aroma and imparts a slight yellow color to food. This is one of the essential spices of Caribbean cuisine. It is also one of the characteristic flavors of curry.
A spice frequently used in Latin American, Oriental, and Indian cooking. Cumin has a warm, salty-sweet flavor similar to caraway. Recipe: Tandoor-Style Chicken Breasts
An aromatic seed used to flavor sausages, chutneys, and a variety of Indian, Asian, and Latin American dishes.
Strong, pungent flavored seed, used on it's own or as a main ingredient in curry powder.
A very aromatic seed, sold in seed and ground form. Used Asian, Mexican, and Middle Eastern cooking.
ground or seeds with an intense, warm aroma.
is Mediterranean in origin and it is pungent and aromatic.
The seed of the plant is dried, and toasted for use in breads, liquors, curry powder, chili powder, cured meats and chutneys. The cumin seed has recently experienced a surge in the US with its use in southwestern and Latin American dishes.
Cumin is used to season many dishes. It is traditionally added to enchiladas, tacos, and other Middle-Eastern, Indian and Mexican-style foods. Cumin can also be added to salsa for extra flavor and helps give any dish a Tex-Mex taste.
A spice that is the dried fruit (seed) of a plant in the parsley family (Cuminum cyminum), native to the Middle East and North Africa; the small crescent-shaped seeds have a powerful, earthy, nutty flavor and aroma and are available whole or ground in three colors (amber, white and black); used in Indian, Middle Eastern and Mexican cuisines.
a pungent seed used ground or whole, most often in curries, bean dishes and Mexican foods.
dried fruit of a plant in the parsley family; shaped like a caraway seed
These are small, pale brown, aromatic seeds that have a warm, earthy flavor. It its ground form, cumin is an essential component of curry pastes and many other spice mixes. Black cumin is smaller and darker than common cumin and sweeter in taste.
This spice is a member of the parsley family and dates back to the Old Testament. Also called "cumino." Its nutty-flavored seeds are used to make curries, chili powders, and Kümmel liqueur.
These small, oval-shaped, light-brown seeds have small ridges and resemble caraway seeds. They are strongly aromatic and are readily available whole or in powder form.
Adds a bitter taste to many curries, soups, stews, and vegetable dishes.
The small, crescent-shaped seeds of a plant called...
Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) (sometimes written cummin) is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, native from the east Mediterranean to East India.