Cumin is the most typical spice of Indian cuisine. The kitchens of South America, the Middle East and North Africa integrate the powerful, heavy, spicy-sweet flavor of cumin into their dishes. It is also integral to hummus, a puree of chickpeas, tahini, garlic and cumin.
The heavy, full flavor of cumin breathes with the scent of the fragrant Orient. Its intensely sweet-spicy flavor is complemented by a fresh menthol note and is unique.
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Cumin is the characteristic spice in Indian cuisine. As a part of many spice blends it seasons countless dishes of the subcontinent.