CUMIN SEEDS AS HERB AND SPICE

Supply Ability:
500 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Packing in 25/50 Kg PP/Jute Bags
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Description

Cumin seed

The warm and bitter flavor of this aromatic as well as its abndant oil content make it usable in Thailandn,Mexican, North African, Middle Eastern and Western Chinese cuisines. In Thailand, cumin seeds are an important component ofcurry powder and garam masala. They are generally available dried or ground to a brownish-green powder.

Cumin Seeds as Herb and Spice

Cumin seeds are generally available in three colors- amber, white and black. The amber seeds are the most common. The black ones have a complex flavor and cannot be substituted for the other two. Black cumin seeds or nigella are different from cumin seeds though both are similar in appearance.

Packing in 25/50 Kg Jute Bags.

Cumin Seeds as Herb and Spice

 

Shipping in 15 to 20 working days.

Cumin Seeds as Herb and Spice

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