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Cumin d'Orient en Poudre

Cumin powder

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Cumin powder is an indispensable spice in our kitchen. Discover a freshly ground powder that transports us to the Middle East. Warm and bewitching notes that set the tempo for your recipe!

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Curry, tajines, potatoes, salads, cheese, poultry, red meat, omelettes

Kitchen association : Curry, tajines, potatoes, salads, cheese, poultry, red meat, omelettes

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Syria

Origin - Plantations : Syria
« An essential spice to flavour your recipes. »
 
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What is cumin?

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Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) is an herbaceous plant mainly grown in India, the Mediterranean basin or Central Europe.

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It produces pinkish white fleurs grouped in umbels, each of which produces two seeds. It is its long, thin, light brown fruits that are used, whole or ground. Also called false anise or false dill, cumin has long, straight, greenish seeds

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David Vanille\'s pick: I chose to present this Syrian cumin for its intensity. Used sparingly, it reinvents your everyday cooking.

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Harvesting cumin

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Cumin is harvested 3 to 4 months after sowing.

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It is known that the moment of harvest is arrived when the seeds turn to gray-brown. To dry them, it is advisable to cut the stems and hold them upside down.

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Cumin seeds are on average 1 to 1.5 cm long. They are ground into cumin powder.

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The differences between cumin powder and cumin seeds

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Both intense in taste, the main difference between cumin seeds and cumin powder lies in their use. Seeds are perfect for spice bread or cheese. Cumin powder is mainly used in simmered dishes.

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\"poudre-de-cumin-syrie\"

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The origins of cumin

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The first traces of cumin date back to the time of the Pharaohs. At that time, the seeds were placed in the tombs. It is said that cumin was the favorite spice of King Solomon.

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The Arabs used it as an aphrodisiac, mixed with honey and black pepper.

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Cumin has long been considered a drug. Women in harems in India smoked it with other spices such as cardamom and clovesfle. In high doses, its essential oil actually has proven narcotic effects

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How do you use cumin powder in cooking?

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Freshly ground cumin is very aromatic, and if not carefully dosed, its presence will overpower the other flavors in your dish. Be careful not to be too heavy-handed.

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Cumin is one of the main spices used in the composition of massala or massalé as well as the colombo spice blend. It is used to flavor many oriental dishes such as curries, tagines, couscous, falafels ..

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It can also spice up Latin American dishes such as tortillas, chili con carne... Several cheese specialties with cumin are also to be discovered: gruyere, gouda or edam with cumin.

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Cumin will work wonders in simmered dishes and in dishes with tomato sauce and sunny vegetables, like shakshuka.

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Add a spoonful of cumin powder to your salads, especially to season grated carrots or chickpea salads.

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Try also the méchouia salad, made with candied vegetables or Moroccan-style carrots, cooked in slices and served cold marinated in oil and cumin. Cumin goes very well with hot spices such as harissa or chili.

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Idea: Sprinkle it on your olives along with a little parsley and a spoonful of oil to obtain Moroccan-style olives.

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Our recipe ideas with cumin

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To take advantage of the exceptional aromas of our Syrian cumin, we have concocted a menu full of flavor!

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The starter: Moroccan salad with cumin

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Moroccan cold starters are an opportunity to discover spices with intense flavors. Cumin is one of them. It is a wonderful addition to a carrot or orange salad.

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The dish: Royal sauerkraut

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The royal sauerkraut is a traditional dish of which the Alsatians are proud! Cumin brings an exotic note to this family dish. While cumin seeds are usually the most common flavoring for sauerkraut, a quarter teaspoon of powdered cumin also works wonders. Add a little white wine to your raw sauerkraut and simmer for 4 hours.

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Dessert: Spicy cheese platter

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Are you more of a cheese person than a dessert person? Slip a cumin cheese specialty onto your cheese platter. You can also prepare goat cheese balls with cumin powder. Choose a goat cheese spread, sprinkle with a little cumin powder and create cheese balls with a small spoon. Amazing!

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How to store cumin powder?

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Place your cumin sachet in an airtight box. Keep it dry and away from light.

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Marie-Gabrielle P. published the 14/01/2023 following an order made on 17/12/2022

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Sylvie P. published the 31/12/2022 following an order made on 03/12/2022

5/5

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ANGE MARIE L. published the 31/12/2022 following an order made on 01/12/2022

5/5

bonne senteur très bonne qualité, je recommande

Pascale J. published the 13/12/2022 following an order made on 28/11/2022

4/5

Pareil as encore utilisé mais très bonne odeur

Stéphanie P. published the 07/12/2022 following an order made on 20/11/2022

5/5

Très bon parfum et très bon goût

Cécile L. published the 07/12/2022 following an order made on 08/11/2022

5/5

très bien

Isabelle L. published the 07/11/2022 following an order made on 23/10/2022

5/5

Conforme à mes attentes . Je recommande

Michel V. published the 24/10/2022 following an order made on 11/10/2022

5/5

Très bien, conforme à mes attentes, je recommande !

Martine D. published the 13/10/2022 following an order made on 22/09/2022

5/5

J'adore. je me sers du cumin en poudre pour mes tajines et j'en suis très satisfaite.

Martine M. published the 08/10/2022 following an order made on 25/09/2022

4/5

Très bon.

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