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100% Natural Spices
100% Natural
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Pure and Unadulterated
Cholesterol Free Herbs
Cholesterol Free
Gluten Free Spices
Gluten Free
Vegan
Vegan
No trans fats
No trans fats
No genetically modified organisms
No genetically modified organisms
No MSG
No MSG
No added chemicals or preservatives
No added chemicals or preservatives

Black Cumin is a bitter spice, used sparingly to add an intense depth of flavour to food. It's best used to flavour liquors, spice rubs and bread. Use in small quantities, this exotic spice goes a long way! Also known as nigella, nigella seeds, fennel flower, nutmeg flower, black caraway, black onion seed, kalonji, roman coriander, kalajeera, kalajira, kalaungi, काला जीरा, 黑茴香, 黑种草种子

Black Cumin (Nigella) Cooking Notes
Cuisine Indian, Egyptian, Turkish, Sri Lankan
Food Pairings Spice rubs, bread, meat, liquors
Flavour / Tastes Like Pepper, Nutmeg, Strong Bitterness
Serving size 0.5 grams
Directions for use Use the spice directly, no need to grind. If you need to grind, use a pestle and mortar, or electric spice grinder.
Recipes Stir Fried Spinach with Black Cumin
Black Cumin (Nigella) Technical Notes
Origin India
Quality* Grade A, Machine Sorted
Industry Knowledge Although given the name "Black Cumin", this spice is worlds apart from the popular Cumin Seed. Black Cumin has a much more bitter flavour, with additional flavour notes of Nutmeg and Pepper. It's used throughout South West Asia, and is also very popular in Mediterranean cuisines. This spice is used most often to flavour breads, such as Peshwari Naan in India and Braided Dough Buns in Turkey. It's also used in numerous spice mixtures, used as a spice rub for meats, and also in liquors. Regency's Black Cumin is a superior variety, obtained from a single source of Black Cumin seeds, unadulterated with other varieties. Because of this, the flavour is more pronounced and only small amounts need to be added for a full flavour impact.
Black Cumin is by no means a modern spice - Black Cumin Seeds, much like these, were uncovered in Tutankhamen's Tomb, as well as other ancient Egyptian sites. Isaiah in the Old Testament also refers to Black Cumin seeds, and if that weren't enough, they were found in a Hittite flask in Turkey which was dated back to roughly 2000BC. In more modern times, due to it's numerous health benefits, companies such as Nestle have reportedly filed for patents covering its use in food allergy treatment.Learn more about Black Cumin.
Also known as Nigella sativa
nigella, fennel flower, nutmeg flower, black caraway, roman coriander, kalajeera, kalajira, kalaungi, काला जीरा, 黑茴香
**Special Note

For 1kg option, product will be packed in vacuum-sealed transparent bag, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

For 25kg bulk carton, product will be packed in plastic bags inside cartons, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

Please call before placing order to check we have stock. Our wholesale and bulk sales exist online as well as offline. In rare cases, this means our stock on our store online may not be accurate, and there may be a delay in delivering your order. Wholesale packs we can usually deliver next day, and bulk packs usually within 3-5 days subject to stock. In rare cases where we are out of stock or product is out of season, delivery time can take a few weeks for our factory to process and ship goods.

*Industry specific terminology.

Please note that our ingredients are 100% natural and processed using traditional methods. As a result there may be some visible imperfections. Our spices will have variations in size and colour due to factors such as the amount of sunlight they received when growing, or the amount of rainfall in a particular season. These differences in appearance are entirely normal, and are the result of not treating them with any chemicals.

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