Black Cumin Nigella Whole Organic
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Black cumin Nigella is whole and organic
Black cumin nigella seeds (from the plant Nigella Sativa) whole and organic is called black cumin, but in fact the product is not related to the ordinary cumin that is traditionally used in the Netherlands (among other things for cumin cheese). Black cumin seed is especially known in India and the surrounding countries. It was already used in ancient times as a medicine. In the Islamic communities, the seed oil of black cumin is again widely used.
Black Cumin Nigella is used in the kitchen
Black Cumin Nigella is a black seed, which is used mainly as a kitchen spice. Some people eat the root itself as a vegetable, but this is unusual in Europe. Nigella seeds have a distinctive nutmeg flavour.
The black, dried seeds are triangular in shape. If you smell it, you will notice that Nigella seed emits very little fragrance. Black cumin seed has an explosively strong taste. As soon as you put black cumin seed in your mouth, you will taste a deliciously intense flavour, most reminiscent of oregano. However, black Nigella is a bit spicier than oregano.
How is black cumin seed used?
The black cumin seed is especially popular in Greek, Turkish and Egyptian cuisine. The seed is also very popular in India. Many Indian dishes make grateful use of it, including vegetable dishes and chutneys. Toasted seeds are also often found on Naan bread as a topping.
After the seeds are briefly toasted in a pan, or cooked in the pan, you can include them in the preparation of the meal. One of the five ingredients of 'Panch Phoron', the Bengali spice mix, is Nigella. You can also use the seeds as decoration.
Nigella seeds where to buy (black cumin where to buy)?
Buy Nigella seeds (buy black cumin) because of the intense flavour and the numerous uses the seeds have. In Europe in general and in the Netherlands in particular Nigella seeds are becoming increasingly popular. You can buy black cumin seeds at Naturaplaza}, also in small portions.
Where do I buy organic black cumin?
You can buy organic black cumin at Naturaplaza of course. In our web shop you can buy organic black cumin in convenient consumer packs or in slightly larger quantities of usually 1 kg. Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any organic black cumin offers.
Black Cumin Nigella Whole Organic of premium quality
This is a certified organic product van top quality. Thanks to this certificate you know, that what you buy has been produced with care and consideration for people and nature.
The Organic certificate represents a 100% verified organic and reliable product. This product contains no added sugars, fats and other additives and it's production complies with all European demands and regulations concerning pesticides.
The organic black cumin we select come from all regions of the world. All products are inspected in Europe and most are also packed there. We regularly check and test the quality of our products.
Black Cumin Nigella Whole Organic of the brand Holyflavours
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- Organically grown black cumin seeds
- Fine nutmeg-like flavor
- Versatile ingredient in various cuisines
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Country of cultivation||Egypt|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||375 kcal / 1570 kJ|
|Carbohydrates||44 g (sugar 2 g)|
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