Cumin whole or Roman cumin are the seeds of the caraway. The seeds are similar to caraway seeds, but are larger and greenish-brown. But they have a different smell and bitter taste, so this spice cannot be substituted for the classic cumin. It has a very pungent and slightly bitter taste.
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Whole cumin has a strong aromatic lingering flavour. Roman cumin is found in most Indian spicy mixtures and curry spices and is also an important ingredient in Garam Masala.
It is also used similarly to pepper, for its pungency, mostly in the Mediterranean region of the world. It is also used in kebabs, sausages and salami.
It can be used in sauces, soups, with pulses, in pickling various meats, in cheese making and in pickling vegetables. It is added in the production of bread.
Ingredients: 100% cumin whole
Storage: Keep in a dry place
|Best Before Date:||12/2025|
|Nutritional information per 100g|
|Energy value:||375 kcal|
|of which saturated fatty acids:||2g|
|of which sugars:||2g|