Cumin seeds, Jeera in India, a very important spice in Indian cooking.
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Cumin is an annual herb, and the cumin seeds are called Jeera in India. It is a very important spice in Indian cooking.
In India, putting the cumin seeds in hot oil is the first step when cooking vegetables. This process perfume the oil in which we will cook the vegetables. In addition, this let know if the oil is hot enough.
Cumin has the privilege of being the first in the oil. Then come the asafoetida, onions, garlic, vegetables, spices, ... As for the Indian recipe Jeera aloo, with potatoes, cumin and spices.
We can also make a powder with it. Before crushing, the seeds are grilled in a stove. This accentuates the flavor and reduces bitterness. The cumin powder is used for example to make the Indian raita, with yoghurt and vegetables.
Cumin has digestive virtue.