Organic Cumin Seeds

$6.09

Species: Cuminum cyminum 

Other names: Jeera, jira, zeera, kamon 

Appearance: Light brown, spherical seeds 

Typically used: Whole or ground 

Origin: Cumin seeds originated in Egypt, and are now cultivated in most hot climates, including Mexico, India, Morocco, Turkey, Greece, and the Middle East. 

Flavor: The flavor of the cumin seed is powerful and earthy, pungent, bitter, and somewhat spicy. 

Aroma: Warm, strong, nutty

Culinary uses: Cumin is considered a warming spice. It is not truly "spicy," but it warms in a similar way that cinnamon does. It is used extensively in Indian cooking, as well as Latin cooking. The spice is best used whole or freshly ground for maximum flavor. The whole seeds can be toasted or bloomed in ghee to release the flavor. Use cumin with all sorts of meat or vegetable dishes, as well as cream sauce, salad dressing, and summer beverages. Cumin pairs well with coriander, other warming spices, chilies, and fresh herbs.

Buy cumin seeds from Pure Indian Foods to taste the organic difference. Our seeds have no pesticides or other unnatural elements added during their development. You simply have pure whole cumin seeds ready for the next recipe. 

Select between whole or ground cumin seeds when ordering Cumin Seeds (Jeera) online. Whole seeds offer slightly more flavor when ground at home because all the oils are trapped within the cumin. However, ground white cumin seeds are much more convenient when the resident chef is in a hurry. Keep plenty of cumin on hand to create some of the best curries in the world. Pure Indian Foods only supplies the highest quality seeds in the industry.

Species: Cuminum cyminum 

Other names: Jeera, jira, zeera, kamon 

Appearance: Light brown, spherical seeds 

Typically used: Whole or ground 

Origin: Cumin seeds originated in Egypt, and are now cultivated in most hot climates, including Mexico, India, Morocco, Turkey, Greece, and the Middle East. 

Flavor: The flavor of the cumin seed is powerful and earthy, pungent, bitter, and somewhat spicy. 

Aroma: Warm, strong, nutty

Culinary uses: Cumin is considered a warming spice. It is not truly "spicy," but it warms in a similar way that cinnamon does. It is used extensively in Indian cooking, as well as Latin cooking. The spice is best used whole or freshly ground for maximum flavor. The whole seeds can be toasted or bloomed in ghee to release the flavor. Use cumin with all sorts of meat or vegetable dishes, as well as cream sauce, salad dressing, and summer beverages. Cumin pairs well with coriander, other warming spices, chilies, and fresh herbs.

Buy cumin seeds from Pure Indian Foods to taste the organic difference. Our seeds have no pesticides or other unnatural elements added during their development. You simply have pure whole cumin seeds ready for the next recipe. 

Select between whole or ground cumin seeds when ordering Cumin Seeds (Jeera) online. Whole seeds offer slightly more flavor when ground at home because all the oils are trapped within the cumin. However, ground white cumin seeds are much more convenient when the resident chef is in a hurry. Keep plenty of cumin on hand to create some of the best curries in the world. Pure Indian Foods only supplies the highest quality seeds in the industry.