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Roasted cumin

Roasted cumin

Discover Terre Exotique's Roasted Cumin

Rediscover perfectly roasted cumin. With its toasted notes, crispy texture, and amber colors, this spice is elevated. Its flavors are intensified for a unique taste experience.

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How to Cook with Roasted Cumin?

The harmony is perfect with a white sea fish prepared in a citrus broth. It also pairs well with a fennel-based preparation, a lobster tail with citrus, or poultry accompanied by a creamy sauce and chanterelles. It's a must-try with an exotic fruit salad.

It is best used ground when serving the dish. Be careful not to heat the roasted cumin too strongly during preparation to avoid making it too bitter.

Some Recipe Ideas for Using Roasted Cumin

  • - Roasted Cumin Hummus: Prepare a classic hummus by blending cooked chickpeas, tahini, garlic, lemon juice, and olive oil. Add a generous pinch of ground roasted cumin and blend again until smooth;
  • - Grilled Fish with Roasted Cumin: Sprinkle fish fillets (like mahi-mahi or salmon) with roasted cumin, salt, pepper, and a bit of paprika. Grill or bake until the fish is well cooked. Serve with basmati rice and a green salad for a light and flavorful meal;
  • - Vegetarian Chili with Roasted Cumin: Sauté onions, bell peppers, and garlic in a large pot with olive oil. Add red beans, crushed tomatoes, corn, and spices like roasted cumin, chili powder, and cumin. Simmer until the flavors meld and the chili is hot;
  • - Roasted Cumin Pilaf Rice: Sauté basmati rice in a pot with some olive oil. Add water or vegetable broth, salt, and a teaspoon of ground roasted cumin. Cover and simmer until the rice is cooked and all the liquid is absorbed. Serve hot as a side dish to grilled meats or sautéed vegetables;

Roasting, a Flavor Enhancer!

Once ground, this roasted cumin releases delicate grilled and ripe citrus scents. On the palate, it has a slightly bitter, crunchy attack with incomparable flavors of mandarins.

The Botanical Origin of Cumin

Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) is an herbaceous plant from the Apiaceae family, native to the Mediterranean region and Western Asia. The plant itself grows to about 30 to 50 centimeters in height, with finely divided leaves and small white or pink flowers that turn into fruits containing cumin seeds. The cumin seeds are harvested when the fruits are ripe, then dried.

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Price/kg 118
Allergen Absence
Native country Non UE
Genus and botanical species Cuminum cyminum
Ingredients roasted cumin
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