Cumin is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, a member of the parsley family. It is native to a territory including the Middle East and stretching east to India. The most common variety of cumin is a brownish-yellow color. One can also sometimes find black cumin, green cumin, and white cumin. You will find PTI Cumin Seeds in Indian recipes (also called jeera) and ground cumin as an ingredient in Mexican and Middle Eastern dishes, barbecue sauce, soups, and marinades, seasoning rice. Cumin is a typical ingredient in chili powder and other spice blends such as garam masala, curry powder.
PTI Cumin Seeds are featured in Indian dishes, where the whole seeds are added to hot oil at the start of the dish. The flavor infuses the oil and therefore the rest of the ingredients. Cumin has a warm, earthy flavor and aroma with a bit of both sweetness and bitterness.
Jeera aids digestion by increasing the activity of digestive proteins. It may also reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Cumin may improve cholesterol levels, promote weight loss, and help prevent diabetes. Cumin’s traditional use as a seasoning may restrict the growth of infectious bacteria and fungi. This may reduce food-borne illnesses. It also contains multiple plant compounds that decrease inflammation. Cumin can help your body by stimulating your central nervous system to be more effective. This can result in a sharper memory and greater control over your limbs. Cumin may also prevent cancer cells from multiplying and help reduce pain.
Both meat and vegetable dishes, as well as in soups and sauces uses cumin. A popular Indian recipe is jeera rice, which is a combination of rice and cumin seeds. Jeera water may jump-start your metabolism and help balance blood sugar, in addition to boosting your hydration.
Store the cumin seeds in the freezer over a long period to maintain their flavor if you do not use them regularly.