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Cumin Seeds (Jeera)

Cumin Seeds (Jeera)

Re-usable airtight tin handcrafted in small batches

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DESCRIPTION: Cumin is made from the seeds of a plant ‘Cuminum Cyminum’, which is a member of parsley family. The seeds are small, boat shaped and resemble Caraway seeds. The most common variety is brownish-yellow color though black Cumin is also commonly available.  It is available both as whole seed and in powder form. The whole seeds are widely used in Indian cuisine and called Jeera in Hindi. The ground Cumin is used in Middle Eastern dishes.

  • BURSTING WITH FLAVOR - This gourmet spice is sourced directly from Indian farms.
  • FRESHLY PACKED IN SMALL BATCHES – Authentic spice is sealed in re-usable food grade air-tight metal tin to lock in aromatic flavors.
  • COOK WITH CONFIDENCE - Simply add Flavor Temptations Cumin seeds to any stir-fry for a full robust Indian flavor with no burn. Visit our Recipe page for more creative ideas.
  • DONATE MEALS – with every tin sold, we donate 2 meals to food banks to fight hunger.
  • PREMIUM QUALITY INGREDIENTS - Organic spice, 100% natural, gluten free, vegan, sodium free, sugar free, non-GMO, no MSG.

Here are some recipes that use Cumin seeds 


Cumin seeds


Cumin is used extensively in Indian and Mediterranean cuisine. Cumin was used in ancient Egypt as an element is preserving mummies

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Answers to frequently asked questions

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Where do you get your spices from?

Our spices are sourced from farms in Northern India and shipped directly to us

What is the shelf life of your spices?

Our spices have a shelf-life of 4 years

Why are your spices packed individually instead of just one blend, like some other brands?

The secret to authentic Indian cooking is the layering of spices. Some spices need to be toasted in oil, some added to the protein, and some added as garnish. Individually packing the spices allows you to truly experience the aromas of each spice blend as it is added