Originally from the Middle East, cumin has appeared as a smoking spice or to prepare food. He is of the same family as parsley. Cumin represents the fruit of the plant. Before maturity, he is given cuts its stems and bunches. Suspended a few days, then beaten like wheat, fruit harvested are dried in the sun. Its bitter but warm taste, slightly sweet, and its very strong aroma, make this spice a note dominant in your preparations. The cumin will give the tone of a chili con carne, a sauerkraut, a lamb parmentier. It will surprise in a salad of oranges, and in the traditional hummus.
|Genus and botanical species||Cuminum cyminum|
|Ingredients||Cumin in power|
|Allergen||Traces possibles de:gluten,moutarde/possible traces of:gluten,mustard|
|TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES||céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.|