Fancy a trip to Egypt? Did you know that cumin was used to chase away evil spirits in the pyramids? Its good vibes can be experienced first-hand thanks to its unique taste. In its whole form, cumin seeds have a distinctive characterful taste, packing even more flavour than the ground version.
Its pungent peppery taste is even suitable for making herbal teas, and can be combined with ginger and cinnamon for a highly flavourful brew. We are completely crazy about this amazingly versatile spice at Marcel Senchou!
Cumin is a very tasty spice that can be used to flavour white rice. It also adds a North African twist to an onion confit. Cumin seeds are particularly suited to flavouring Moroccan tagines, especially those made with dried apricots whose sweetness is enhanced by its irresistible flavour. Add it to your recipe as soon as you start cooking to allow its aroma to fill your home with delicious smells (and good vibes!).