Produced by the Cuminum cyminum plant, cumin seeds have strong aroma and a warm flavour. Originally coming from Egypt, they have been cultivated right across the Mediterranean, the Middle East, India and China for thousands of years.
Regularly used in a variety of Indian and Asian cooking they are a staple part of both red and green Thai curries as well as being a regular component of the Indian garam masala spice mixture.
Cumin seeds are also a great source of iron and have been noted as a help to the digestive system.
Allergy advice for Cumin Seeds:
For allergens including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in BOLD. May contain nuts and sesame
Warnings: Packed in a factory that handles various nut products
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