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Cumin/Comino

This is my favorite spice in my cooking. With its origins found in Iran as a major supplier, cumin is most popular in Cuban, Thai and Indian cuisines. Cumin seeds come from the apiaceae plant whose flowers are small pink and white. I use either whole seed or ground cumin in ALL of my meats, chicken, and sometimes even salads. It has a great smoky aroma and adds a wonderfully rich taste. My mother always criticizes my amount but I go for what makes me smile when I bite! How do you use Cumin?

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  1. I just started using cumin in some spice rubs that I made for the holidays. I definitely need to explore more ways to use it.

  2. I use it often, usually as a component in rubs for meat. It just gives everything a bit more punch

  3. Cumin is just about my favorite spice to use in my food. Not to mention, it’s part of the Cuban culinary trinity… Lots of other Latin cuisines use it, too.

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