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Synonyms for cumin

dwarf Mediterranean annual long cultivated for its aromatic seeds

aromatic seeds of the cumin herb of the carrot family

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The onions will start to soften and go light brown; at this stage add the chilli, turmeric, cumin powder and coriander powder.
Once the cumin seeds begin to pop, add the onion and cook for 5 mins or until softened.
They found that the d-galactose caused GSH levels to drop in vital organs, but the black cumin seed oil helped the mice rebuild their levels.
It was black cumin powder, which he said was BD2 and I paid.
The Government Chemist team developed pioneering new DNA tests for the cumin case and for a related paprika case.
3 Add the cumin seeds and chillies, and sizzle for 10 seconds.
INGREDIENTS 300-400g ripe tomatoes (ideally a mix of varieties, including cherry tomatoes) 3tbsp olive or rapeseed oil, plus a little extra for the fish 2 garlic cloves, sliced 1tsp ground cumin, plus a little extra for the fish 2 large flounder (about 500g each), filleted Sea salt and black pepper Salad and fresh bread, to serve METHOD 1.
Experimental diets were prepared by adding polyphenolic extracts of black tea (C), black cumin seed (D), fenugreek seed (E) as well as seed oils from black cumin (F) and fenugreek (G) in the negative control (B; treatment with no antibiotic or antioxidant added in the diet) and compared with positive control (A) carrying antibiotic lincomysin (4.
Rice, three cups; choice of meat or seafood (beef/chicken/mutton/fish /shrimp/prawns), 1kg, cut into bite-sized pieces; potatoes, two to four, peeled, cut into quarters; onion, 1, chopped; fresh ginger, 2tsp; garlic, few cloves; cumin seeds, whole black peppercorns, 1 & 1/2tsp; cloves, 3-4; one cinnamon stick or ground cinnamon, 1/3tsp; cardamom pods, 3-4; oil for frying
A number of product recalls in both America and Canada have been linked to adulterated ground cumin that contained the potentially life-threatening allergens ground peanut and almond powders.
cumini were isolated from symptomatic tissues of cumin plants from Ankara and Konya provinces of Turkey during 2011 and 2012 years.
INGREDIENTS The fresh bits: Four eggs Half a red onion Thumbnail of ginger Quarter of a red pepper Half a diced tomato Small red chilli Coriander stem Clove of garlic The spices: Tsp cumin powder Tsp cumin seeds 1/2 tsp nigella seed 1/4 tsp coriander powder 1/4 tsp turmeric To cook: Glug of rapeseed oil To serve: Black salt & pepper (normal salt will do
Food watchdogs are investigating claims peanuts and almonds are being used instead of costly cumin.
Damascus, SANA -- Assistant director of agricultural marketing at the Agriculture Ministry Abdullah Arroum said that Syria exported more than 10,000 tons of cumin to over 40 countries in 2014.
A number of product recalls in both America and Canada have been linked to adulterated ground cumin which contains the potentially life-threatening allergens ground peanut and almond powders.