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Cumin is the dried fruit of the Cuminum Cyminum plant. The yellowish-brown seeds are about 6 mm long with narrow ridges down its length are similar in appearance to caraway seed. Cumin's use has increased dramatically due to the growing popularity for Mexican, Indian and North African foods.
Cumin Seeds are an essential ingredient in Mexican and Indian cooking. Use it in rice and curry dishes, chili, nachos, meatballs, guacamole, eggs and omelets, pork, lamb, chicken couscous, barbecue sauces and vegetables. For a unique flavor, try in breads.
Best when used during the cooking process. Start with 1/8th tsp. per serving and adjust from there. Unless a strong cumin flavor is desired, use sparingly as this spice is potent and will dominate other flavors. Seeds may be ground or toasted for different flavor applications.