Try this product in these recipes
- Baked Red Snapper Veracruzana
- Black Bean and Goat Cheese Nachos
- Black Bean Pate
- Black Bean Soup
- Braised Red Cabbage with Raisins
- Catering Chef David Lowery's Dry Rub
- Chicken Enchiladas with Sour Cream
- Classic Spanish Summer Chilled Soup (Gazpacho)
- Coffee Barbecue Sauce
- Cream of Carrot and Leek Soup
- Creamy Black Bean Soup
- Drunken Pinto Bean Soup
- Fiesta Mexicana Dry Rub
- Heart O' Texas Dry Rub
- Macho Nachos
- Mashed Sweet Potatoes
- Open-faced Turkey Tamales
- Rancheros Sauce
- Shrimp Enchiladas Tampico
- Spicy Bean and Burrito Bake
- Spicy Linguine Pasta and Zucchini
- Texas Chili
Out of stock.
The strong warm aroma comes from the fruit's abundant oil content. Hotter then caraway it is a must in couscous and works well...
An aromatic spice with a distinctive bitter flavor, cumin "seeds" are actually the small dried fruit of an annual plant in the parsley family.
The strong, warm aroma comes from the fruit's abundant oil content.
Native to the Mediterranean region, cumin is often confused with caraway, yet is hotter to the taste, larger, and lighter in color.
Cumin is an essential ingredient in couscous, and it is used for flavoring meats, cheeses, and meat sauce.
2oz jar, Imported.
(Herbs and Spices)