Cumin seeds represent the second-most popular spice used all over the world, next only to black pepper. The seeds are scientifically called Cuminum cymium. They are known for giving a special flavor and aroma to the foods. They can be used in either whole or powdered form. Cumin seeds resemble caraway seeds and are yellow in color, with an oblong shape. There are several known health benefits of cumin seeds. They have antiseptic properties as well The seeds are rich in iron and thus, form a healthy option for the menstruating, pregnant and lactating women, apart from growing children and adolescents. Besides, there are no known side effects of cumin effects. Considering the vast benefits of cumin seeds, we bring you the nutritional value of these seeds, in the table below. Cumin powder is widely used in preparing curry powders.
Cumin seeds have an aromatic odor and a spicy and somewhat bitter taste. These are largely used as condiment and form an essential ingredient in all mixed spices and curry powders for flavoring soups, pickles, curries, and for seasoning breads, cakes and so on. Cumin includes information on a full array of nutrients, including carbohydrates, sugar, soluble and insoluble fiber, sodium, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, amino acids and more. The seeds are boiled in water to make a tea of sorts - 1 teaspoon seeds to 1 glass water. Mix with salt and a teaspoon of coriander leaf juice.
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